Lakewood Ranch Town Hall Director of Operations Ryan Heise is asking Lakewood Ranch residents to lace up their boots, put on some work gloves and dig in to the shoreline of Lake Uihlein this weekend.
Starting at 9 a.m., March 27, volunteers will plant a fertilizer-free zone along the bank of Lake Uihlein in two sections behind Town Hall. The areas will act as showcases for Florida-friendly landscaping.
For more, call Michelle Atkinson, 722-4524, Ext. 256.
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