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SOLitude 'Adopts' Families, Supports Children’s Hospitals this Holiday

by: SOLitude Lake Management   |   Dec 18, 2017

 

HOLiday Cheer Donations

In the spirit of the holiday season, SOLitude Lake Management has continued its annual HOLiday Cheer efforts through The SOLution, SOLitude’s corporate volunteering and outreach program. This year, SOLitude donated games, gift cards, toys, clothes and other necessities to sick children and five under-resourced families located throughout the country. Now in the program's sixth year, the 2017 HOLiday Cheer donation totaled $10,121, which exceeded 2016 donations by 48 percent.

The HOLiday Cheer families “adopted” this year

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Topics: SOLitude News, The SOLution

Team Environmental Scientist Awarded for Leadership, Community Service

by: SOLitude Lake Management   |   Dec 07, 2017

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With so many environmental challenges facing the world today, SOLitude Lake Management has made it a team-wide mission to pave a path towards a better tomorrow through The SOLution, a company-wide program that embraces volunteerism, activism and environmental education in the communities in which we live and serve. John Phelps, an Environmental Scientist and Senior Business Development Consultant at SOLitude, was recently awarded for his service efforts through The SOLution by the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS), a national organization focused on the protection of lakes and reservoirs.

Phelps was presented a Community Education & Outreach award at the Society’s International Symposium in Denver, CO, in recognition of his leadership on a long-term

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Topics: SOLitude News, The SOLution

SOLitude Recognized for Community Impact In Southeastern Virginia

by: SOLitude Lake Management   |   Nov 28, 2017


Community Impact Award

As part of a commitment to environmental stewardship, SOLitude Lake Management also strives to serve the communities in which we live and work through The SOLution, a company-wide program that encourages staff to create a better world through volunteerism, fundraising and charitable contributions. SOlitude's program efforts were recognized this month at the Giving Back Awards, hosted by CoVa BIZ and Coastal Virginia Magazine at the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art. 

SOLitude was one of several businesses from Southeastern Virginia to receive the Community Impact award. Winners were selected based on

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Topics: SOLitude News, The SOLution

260 Families Receive Turkeys, Gift Cards Through Little GOBBLERs

by: SOLitude Lake Management   |   Nov 20, 2017


The SOLution

This holiday season, SOLitude Lake Management continues its company-wide community outreach program, Little GOBBLERs, which helps families across the country celebrate Thanksgiving with food and donations.

An industry leader in lake, pond and wetland management, fisheries management and related environmental services, SOLitude donated $6,300 in turkeys and grocery store gift cards to

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Topics: SOLitude News, The SOLution

SOLitude Names Ryan Young as Volunteer of The Quarter

by: SOLitude Lake Management   |   Nov 06, 2017

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Through our corporate volunteering and community outreach program, SOLitude has named Aquatic Technician Ryan Young as the Volunteer of the Quarter for the third quarter of 2017. In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Ryan and his parents took action, spending more than 20 hours over Labor Day weekend transporting stranded neighbors through flooded streets with his family’s boat and retrieving belongings and pets from waterlogged homes. Ryan is now fostering a cat until the owner’s living situation improves.

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Topics: SOLitude News, The SOLution

Help SOLitude Bring Holiday Cheer to Families in Need

by: SOLitude Lake Management   |   Oct 25, 2017

HOLiday Cheer_c.jpgWith Thanksgiving right around the corner and the holiday season a couple short months away, SOLitude is gearing up for another year of community outreach.

This holiday season, SOLitude will provide Thanksgiving turkeys to school children and their families in our local communities as part of the Little Gobblers program. Through SOLitude’s annual HOLiday Cheer program, we are also seeking nominations from our clients, vendors and industry peers to help families who have fallen on hard times this season.

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Topics: SOLitude News, The SOLution

SOLitude Announces Cole Kabella as Volunteer of The Quarter

by: SOLitude Lake Management   |   Jul 27, 2017

The SOLutionThrough its corporate volunteering program, The SOLution, SOLitude Lake Management has named Wildlife and Fisheries Biologist Cole Kabella as its Volunteer of the Quarter for the second quarter of 2017. Cole has dedicated many of his free weekends to volunteering and participating in fundraising events in Bryan, TX.

Much of Cole’s efforts went towards supporting the Aggieland Humane Society. There, he helped the shelter walk the dogs, clean kennels and clear the surrounding fence line of overgrown trees.

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Topics: The SOLution, Nature's Creatures

SOLitude Supports High School Pond Restoration Project

by: SOLitude Lake Management   |   Jun 21, 2017

Environmental StewardshipAs part of SOLitude’s commitment to community outreach, members of the company’s Mid-Atlantic team recently joined forces with 30 students from Maple Shade High School to begin a long-term restoration project at Steinhauer Pond in Burlington County, NJ. The pond, located in a park near the school, suffered from poor water quality, a lack of beneficial vegetation and insufficient water circulation.

Environmental Scientist and Senior Business Development Consultant John Phelps provided ongoing educational expertise for the project, meeting with the students throughout the spring to answer questions about lake and pond management best practices and help them develop a long-term pond restoration plan.

The program began with a dedicated trash cleanup in March and a beneficial vegetative buffer planting of more than 1,000 plant bulbs in May, where SOLitude’s Director of Marketing Tracy Fleming and Business Development Specialist Shane Edwards provided additional guidance. In 2018, the project will culminate with a native fish stocking

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Topics: The SOLution, Pond Management Best Practices

SOLitude Completes Nationwide Earth Day Environmental Cleanups

by: SOLitude Lake Management   |   May 08, 2017

earth-day-collage-the-solution-04.17-c.jpgSOLitude Lake Management, an industry leader in lake and pond management, fisheries management and related environmental services for the United States, recently helped lead or participate in more than a dozen environmental events across the nation in honor of Earth Day. SOLitude employees, family members and friends volunteered a total of 223 hours of their time to help collect 3,180 pounds of trash and debris, complete the first step of a beneficial shoreline restoration project and install 2,000 native wetland plants in local communities throughout the country.

SOLitude’s Hampton Roads, VA, team and friends celebrated Earth Day by participating in the Lynnhaven River NOW cleanup and Keep Norfolk Beautiful Day, where they helped remove 142 bags of trash from beaches and streets weighing 1,800 pounds. The team also spearheaded a trash cleanup near SOLitude’s Virginia Beach office and installed 80 feet of Oyster Castles along the shoreline of the Little Creek Watershed in conjunction with the East Ocean View Civic League and the Lafayette Wetlands Partnership.

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Topics: SOLitude News, The SOLution

SOLitude Announces Greg Blackham as Volunteer of The Quarter

by: SOLitude Lake Management   |   Apr 26, 2017

volunteer-quarter-1-greg-blackham-the-solution-e.jpgThrough its corporate volunteering program, The SOLution, SOLitude is pleased to name Greg Blackham as their Volunteer of the Quarter for the first quarter of 2017.

Greg spent 15.5 total hours volunteering and participated in four team events during the first quarter. He frequently spent time helping sort and load several tons of meals and meal boxes for families in need through the Food Bank of Delaware in Milford, and also volunteered with the Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity. He helped the organization build two homes – one for a veteran with Multiple Sclerosis and another for a family with seven children. Greg helped cut out doors, build interior walls, install new studs, paint, clean and more. Greg also donated his time to the DNREC Beach Grass Planting event at Cape Henlopen State Park. The plantings will help reinforce and protect the coastline from storms and tides.

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Topics: SOLitude News, The SOLution

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