Join us on November 19 from 7 – 9 p.m. and learn about stormwater that harms streams, lakes and ponds. Polluted runoff from streets and other hard surfaces is the foremost water quality concern in Massachusetts.
Fortunately, there are effective and inexpensive ways to remedy stormwater problems. The workshop will present guidance to help spot and evaluate sources of polluted runoff. The slideshow will also explain how to identify the best places to capture and cleanse runoff. Workshop materials will include information about practices that can achieve more pollutant reduction for less cost.
This free workshop at the Lunenburg Public Library will provide guidance materials and refreshments. Pre-registration is requested – email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (978) 534-0379. (For more details, left click the flyer image above.)