Clemson University

Healthy Pond Series: Making Sense of Pond Design and Drawings

Healthy Pond Series is a community-based discussion series for pond owners to learn and share stormwater pond management solutions.

Are you a stormwater pond owner interested in learning more about how your pond is designed to function? Do you want to connect with other pond owners in the Charleston, Berkeley and Dorchester area?

On September 14, 2017, the SC DNR ACE Basin NERR Coastal Training Program, Clemson Extension, and the Ashley Cooper Stormwater Education Consortium would like to invite you to “Making Sense of Pond Design and Drawings,” the first community-based discussion meeting in a series for pond owners to learn and share stormwater pond management solutions.

The “Making Sense of Pond Design and Drawings” meeting (Sept. 14) will be held at the Clemson University Zucker Family Graduate Education Center in North Charleston, SC from 2-4pm and will provide attendees with information on the purpose of stormwater ponds, a pond design and drawings question and answer session and open discussion time with experts and pond owners.

Space is limited and advanced registration is required.

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Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Warren Lasch Conservation Center, Classroom 1250 Supply Street, Building 255, North Charleston SC 29405

Event Type

Seminars, Special Events, Workshops


Cooperative Extension Service, Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester, Carolina Clear, Ashley Cooper SEC, Pond Management

Target Audience

General Public

Contact Name:

Jessica Tipton

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