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posted: 6/25/2013 3:06 PM

Citizens for Conservation to hold seining class June 29

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  • During a Citizens for Conservation seining class, participants get an opportunity to explore the different things found in local water.

      During a Citizens for Conservation seining class, participants get an opportunity to explore the different things found in local water.
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Submitted by Citizens for Conservation

Longtime Citizens for Conservation volunteer Tom Vanderpoel will head a class Saturday, June 29, that'll use seining nets to see what's lurking in the water.

Participants will look for frogs, fish, mussels and larvae.

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The class runs from 1 to 5 p.m. and is open to children ages 6 and older. Caregivers are required to attend. The group will meet at CFC headquarters, 459 W. Hwy. 22, Lake Barrington, across from Advocate Good Shepherd Hospital, and drive to a local site. No bathrooms are available except at the CFC headquarters.

Participants may get wet and muddy and should dress for the weather. Water shoes/boots or closed-toe shoes are required. Bring drinking water, and use mosquito spray at home.

Class size is limited. Registration forms are on the Youth Education page at citizensforconservation.org. For information, email youth-ed@citizensforconservation.org

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