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Neighbors for Clean Water Stormwater Pond Conference


October 22, 2015


USCB Gateway Campus, 1 University Blvd; Bluffton SC


Stormwater ponds, (i.e. man-made “lakes” or “lagoons”) are important for controlling floods and helping to protect local water quality. But to do this, they need to be functioning well.

Topics will include:

  • New maintenance requirements
  • Aquatic Weed Management
  • Fish Stocking and Harvesting
  • Managing Ponds with Rookeries
  • Nuisance Wildlife Management
  • Algae Prevention and Management
  • Erosion and Shorescaping
  • Dredging
  • Protecting Water Quality Before the Pond
  • Tour of USCB Campus ponds
  • Lots of resources for you!
  • Contact

    Blaik Pulley Keppler, Reserve Manager

    Phone: (843) 953-9024

    • Conference
    • Developers/Contractors
    • Engineers
    • Landscape Architects
    • Public Works Officials
    • Stormwater Managers
    • Harmful Algae Blooms
    • Low Impact Development
    • Stormwater Management
    • Stormwater Ponds
    • Water Quality
    • Watershed Management
    Focus Areas
    • Region: Lowcountry
    • Fall 15 (Oct - Dec)
    Leading Org.
    • ACE Basin National Estuarine Research Reserve, SC Department of Natural Resources
    Supporting Orgs.
    • SCDNR
    • S.C. Sea Grant Consortium
    • ACE Basin CTP
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