Members of Alabama Power’s Environmental Affairs Department are excited to join the Neely Henry Lake Association (NHLA) tonight at 6:30 p.m. at their May meeting. All are invited to come and learn about the potential benefits to the Neely Henry Lake fishery of an expanded and improved fish habitat enhancement program.
Alabama Power, NHLA and other community volunteers continue to partner with the goal of developing an expanded and improved fish habitat program. Methods and techniques to accomplish this goal will be discussed at tonight’s meeting. We will also discuss the promotion of growth of beneficial aquatic plants and recognize detrimental plant species that can damage aquatic ecosystems as a part of this plan.
Additionally, refreshments will be served with an opportunity to win door prizes.
Make plans to attend:
Thursday, May 5 6:30 p.m.
Rainbow City Community Center
3702 Rainbow Drive, Rainbow City, AL 35906 (adjacent to the Rainbow City Library).