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Sizing up a Pond on a Property Webinar | For Realtors & New Landowners

March 6 @ 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

$35
Photo by Joyce Conner

Presented by: Dr. Todd Sink

Associate Professor & Aquaculture Extension Specialist

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Director, TAMU Aquatic Diagnostics Laboratory

Co Presenter – Brittany Chesser

Aquatic Vegetation Management Program Specialist

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Lead Diagnostic Scientist, TAMU Aquatic Diagnostics Laboratory

This 1.5 hour program covers how to evaluate ponds to determine if it is an asset to a property or a major liability. This course provides an overview of ponds, their maintenance, care and upkeep. Attendees will learn about the basic structures of a pond, how to assess their condition, and the potential costs of remediating existing issues in a pond. This course is relevant to real estate agents, new landowners, and those in the market for a new property. At the end of the program registrants will be able to identify potential issues that could become a liability to potential future owners, more specifically:

  • The importance of managing noxious aquatic vegetation and relative control costs
  • Water quality testing and amendment costs
  • Importance of nutrient buffers and restoration costs
  • Fish stocking expense
  • Leaking pond repair costs and expenses
  • Benefits of a balanced pond system

This course will provide 1 CE from the Texas Real Estate Commission for participants who attend live. Those looking to receive credit must leave their camera on with their face visible and also fill out an attendee survey.

  • Course Number: 43416
  • Provider Number: 10393
  • Number of Continuing Education credit hours: 1 hour

A recording link will be sent to all registrants and is good for 1 month.

Register by clicking HERE.

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Details

Date:
March 6
Time:
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Cost:
$35
Event Category:
Website:
https://agriliferegister.tamu.edu/ereg/index.php?eventid=782866&

Organizers

Brittany Chesser
Dr. Todd Sink