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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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Case Study: Shoreline Restoration at Recreational Lake

May 5th, 2020

Written by Robbin Huffines, Director of Erosion Control Services A premier sporting community in the heart of South Carolina Lowcountry offers the perfect backdrop for nature lovers seeking authentic experiences on and near the water. Outdoorsmen and women who reside in this community enjoy front row access to 3,500 acres of huntlands, fresh and saltwater […]

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Case Study: Shoreline Restoration With Erosion Control Technology

January 21st, 2020

Industrial businesses can affect communities in very positive ways; however, there are exceptions. Certain business practices can have a negative environmental impact on our communities. This was the case for one Florida Keys community. Due to the actions of a nearby blasting company, 5-7 ft of their lake’s bank eroded away. Luckily, SOLitude Lake Management […]

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Know Your Surroundings: A Healthy Lake Begins Outside of the Water

August 21st, 2019

AS SEEN IN Lawn and Landscape: Written by Paul Conti, Environmental Scientist and Regional Manager While all lakes, stormwater ponds, wetlands and fisheries are susceptible to water quality problems without proper management, the cause of these issues doesn’t always originate within the waterbody. Pond maintenance companies know that these complications often begin outside of the […]

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Bioengineered Living Shorelines: Innovation In Erosion Control

June 27th, 2019

Lakes and stormwater ponds are often the biggest source of beauty in our communities, but without proper management these systems can quickly become eyesores that produce harmful algae and bad odors, lead to damaged and eroded shorelines, and result in displeased community members. Unfortunately, these issues often reach beyond the point of a quick fix […]

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