Learn to use ecological principles and native species — plants, fish and insects — to maintain healthy ponds.
Attendees will discover native aquatic plants that can be used in shoreline plantings and how to create diverse living shorelines. The class will cover native aquatic plants, including less commonly used species, that can be used in shoreline plantings and how to create diverse living shorelines. Attendees will learn how to prevent erosion, build diverse habitats, butterfly areas, fish habitat and which plants are best to use in pond projects and the zones and depths at which to plant them.
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEUs)
Florida DBPR Board of Landscape Architecture: Course #: 0011765
Regulatory Council of Community Association Managers: pending
FNGLA: 1 CEU for FNGLA certified horticulture and landscape professionals.
- Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration
- Aquatic Butterfly Plants
- Erosion Control Native Plants
- Fish Habitat
- Basic Algae and Invasive Species Prevention Using Native Plants
- Native Plant Overviews
This session sponsored by ASBRO and PASOP
Community Associations Design Garden/Landscape LA CE credits Plants