GRANVILLE — “Clean Water: Our Greatest Resource” Water Quality Seminar is scheduled for 7 p.m. March 13 at the Granville Library, 214 S. McCoy St.
Speakers will be Duane Friend, University of Illinois Extension educator, energy and environmental stewardship; and Caroline Wade, a director of The Nature Conservancy.
Topics to be covered are the importance of clean water systems; preventing pollution of streams and waterways; nutrient loss reduction strategy; and how urban and rural property owners can work together to ensure clean water for future generations.
Advance registration is appreciated. Call the Putnam County Library District at 815-925-7020 to register by March 6. There is no cost to attend.
Those with questions may call Matt Miller, Putnam County Library District, at 815-925-7020, or Daryle Wragge, University of Illinois Extension, ag program coordinator, at 309-364-2356.
Those who need a reasonable accommodation are asked to inform organizers when registering.