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Friday April 29th, 2016 7:42PM

KFCB hosting Adopt-A-Stream workshops

By Ken Stanford Reporter
CUMMING - Keep Forsyth County Beautiful (KFCB) will host several <br /> workshops designed to educate citizens on how they can help protect local waterways through the Adopt-A-Stream program. <br /> <br /> The Adopt-A-Stream program informs citizens on how to monitor local water quality while advising on the most effective ways to protect local water resources. (For more information on the workshops, click on the link below.)<br /> <br /> The workshops will be held throughout the year beginning in March.<br /> <br /> To register for the workshops, which are free, contact Kevin Smith at 678.513.5892 or via email at kdsmith@forsythco.com.
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