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Introducing a New Lake Management Technology: Drones

April 5th, 2021

 New technologies and innovations continue to propel the lake management industry forward by driving more eco-friendly, efficient, and long-lasting freshwater management approaches. In recent years, SOLitude’s toolbox of solutions has expanded, setting new precedents across the industry and elevating the expectations of our clients. Now, we are excited to introduce our latest advancement, drone […]

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Industry Experts Make a Positive Impact in Volunteer Leadership Roles

February 15th, 2021

SOLitude Lake Management is the proud home of many industry experts who hold prestigious roles in a variety of environmental organizations, including the North American Lake Management Society (NALMS), the Aquatic Plant Management Society (APMS), and other authority groups. As industry thought leaders, these colleagues go above and beyond to demonstrate SOLitude’s commitment to science, […]

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Reflecting On Our Year of Volunteering:

February 10th, 2021

Topics: The SOLution

2020 was a difficult year for all of us. In the face of COVID-19, many had to restructure working environments and develop new strategies to tackle unfamiliar challenges. This was not only the case for SOLitude as we strived to meet the goals of our clients, it also impacted our volunteering efforts through The SOLution.  […]

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Our Top 4 Shoreline Erosion, Restoration & Prevention Articles

February 1st, 2021

It may take years for your shoreline to erode away or it could happen in a matter of weeks. No matter the situation, shoreline erosion is an undesirable and often dangerous site with unpleasant side effects. Take a look at some of our most popular articles about shoreline erosion control, its many causes, and the […]

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Back to Basics: Monitoring the Structure of Your Stormwater Pond

January 19th, 2021

Written by: Shannon Junior, Ecologist & Sr. Business Development Consultant Lakes and ponds can be amazing focal points of our communities. People are innately drawn to water, and local waterbodies create natural spaces to enjoy a morning run, an afternoon walk with the dog, or a neighborhood social event. Many communities that I work with […]

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Volunteer of the Quarter Supports Mothers & Homeless Community

January 11th, 2021

Through SOLitude’s corporate volunteering and community outreach program, The SOLution, company leaders have named Sales Support Administrator Ellen Stace of Newport News, VA, the Volunteer of the Quarter for the fourth quarter of 2020. As an active member of The SOLution program, Ellen plays an important role in identifying community service efforts for her local […]

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SOLitude Supports Children Through HOLiday Cheer Giving Program

December 15th, 2020

Though the holidays look a little different in 2020, there are still many ways to spread cheer and create a meaningful season for others. This month, SOLitude Lake Management has continued the company’s annual HOLiday Cheer tradition, which aims to bring joy to children and families facing challenges during the month of December. SOLitude’s teams collected […]

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SOLitude Lake Management Helps 267 Families Have a Happy Thanksgiving

November 24th, 2020

Pictured: Courtney Yogerst (left) and Leslie Bruns (right) at Hillcrest Middle School in Glendale, AZ. This year, families across the country are struggling emotionally and financially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now more than ever, SOLitude Lake Management is passionate and proud to provide food and donations to ensure deserving families are able […]

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Volunteers Put Their Heart and SOL into Supporting Local Communities

November 22nd, 2020

On November 20th, individuals from across the country came together to give thanks to the environment and our local communities through a multitude of volunteering and community service events. These initiatives were organized by SOLitude Lake Management in celebration of the second annual Heart and SOL Day, which the company established in 2019 as a […]

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5 Surprising Ways to Prolong Your Pond’s Retirement

November 19th, 2020

Written by Gavin Ferris, Ecologist AS SEEN IN National Community Association Institute’s (CAI) publication, Common Ground The very first fish I remember catching was a bullhead catfish. It was in a small pond in my grandparents’ HOA community that is still there today. Well, sort of. Though the pond had once been deep enough for fishing […]

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