This session will offer practical alternatives to chemical controls for the improvement of water quality in ponds, lakes, and stormwater basins. From aeration to shoreline erosion and floating wetlands to nutrient management—it's denitrification through beautification.
Is recognized locally, nationally, and internationally as a teacher, enthusiastically sharing her expertise at venues such as Longwood Gardens, the International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society (IWGS) Symposium, the Helix Summit, the Water Garden Expo, Pondapalooza, Genesis 3, Cornell University Extension, University of Maryland Extension Pest Management Conferences, Chesapeake Green, and Master Gardeners as well as with garden centers, garden clubs, and horticultural societies. She has a strong history infused with numerous research and education projects. Her work includes nutrient uptake and water quality improvement studies focused on plant and microbial denitrification for aquaculture, stormwater, and lake management.