FORSYTH COUNTY, Georgia - Keep Forsyth County Beautiful and the Forsyth County Adopt-A-Stream program are teaming up to lead an evening class of 25 to listen for frog calls and find other amphibians. The goal of the free program will be for participants to learn more about the local ecosystem and discover new ways to help protect and monitor the water quality in Forsyth County's lakes, streams and wetlands.
The workshop will be held Friday, May 20 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Central Park Recreation Center located at 2300 Keith Bridge Road in Cumming.
Keep Forsyth County Beautiful Community Outreach Specialist Kevin Smith said those attending the workshop should bring a flashlight and wear sturdy shoes.
"We are going to be outside listening for frog calls and looking to find some amphibians," he said. "We encourage residents to join us for a fun and informative evening that will help add appreciation for the ecosystem."
The class size is limited to 25. To register for this workshop, visit www.handsonforsyth.org or contact Kevin Smith at 678.513.5892 or email@example.com.