Watershed Education Training - Ponds, Lakes & Neighborhoods
WETPLAN (Watershed Education Training – Ponds, Lakes & Neighborhoods) is an education program and resource for anyone interested in improving and caring for their neighborhood lakes and ponds. The program provides workshops several times a year with a panel of experts providing assistance for home/condo owners associations and individuals.
WETPLAN is a partnership of water quality and lake management experts including members from the Lee County Natural Resources, Lee County Hyacinth Control District, the Florida Native Plant Society, and private partners including GHD, Johnson Engineering, and others.
Pond Watch is a citizen’s volunteer monitoring program sponsored by the Lee County Hyacinth Control District to educate and help manage storm water ponds in Lee County. Homeowners who have experienced regular problems with aquatic weeds can receive an in-depth analysis of their pond to minimize the aquatic weed problem and improve the conditions of the pond.
Established in 1946, Johnson Engineering is a multi-disciplinary civil engineering firm offering the services of professional engineers, geologists, surveyors and mappers, ecologists, environmental scientists, certified land planners and landscape architects. This cohesive team provides expertise on a broad spectrum of projects throughout Florida.
Florida Native Plant Society’s mission is to promote the preservation, conservation and restoration of native plants and native plant communities of Florida. The Coccoloba Chapter represents most of Lee County. Visit www.FNPSCoccoloba.org for more information and to learn more about native plants and how The Coccoloba Chapter can help.
Lee County Division of Natural Resources oversees several programs focused on the protection and management of our natural and water resources through water quality inspections, monitoring and outreach, flood protection, water conservation, beach preservation, water-way/marine resources, well permitting, hazardous waste management and pollutant storage tanks programs.
GHD is one of the world’s leading professional services companies operating in the global markets of water, energy and resources, environment, property and buildings, and transportation. Privately owned by our people, we deliver engineering, environmental, advisory, digital, and construction services to public and private sector clients across five continents and the Pacific region. Committed to creating lasting community benefit, we connect the knowledge, skill and experience of our 10000 diverse people with innovative practices, technical capabilities, and robust systems.