Spring seminar this weekend

The Fabius Township Environmental and Wetlands Protection Advisory Committee is staging a spring seminar this weekend.

Committee officials said two presenters and environmental specialists will be on hand. Department of Natural Resources wildlife specialist Ken Keeson will present the program “Planting Native Grasses for Shoreline Development,” while Patty Hoch-Melluish will lead “Healthy Lakes,” a program on the benefits and how-to of a natural shoreline.

Specialists will be present to share their expertise on native flowers and plants, shoreline development and construction.

The free program will run 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday (June 22) at Fabius Township Hall.

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