Pond Management: Aquatics in Brief – Spring 2014
April 9th, 2014
SOLitude Lake Management produces a quarterly educational newsletter to provide you with ongoing lake, pond and fisheries management knowledge.
In the spring issue, find out how to build a sense of community by organizing fishing tournaments for kids. Learn how to identify the difficult to combat and invasive weed, hydrilla, which is making its way into the northeastern United States. And read about Brad Harris’ success in ensuring that the ponds on two golf courses hosting PGA tournaments were balanced and beautiful for each event and his recommendations for stormwater Best Management Practices and bathymetric studies.
We are also delighted to honor The SOLution’s Volunteer of the Year, Shannon Junior, who embodies SOLitude’s core values by spending hundrends of hours helping her favorite non-profits and by encouraging other staff members to participate in a wide variety of group volunteering events.
Click to read Aquatics in Brief – Spring 2014 Issue.
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