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Join Us for a FREE Educational WebinarWhy Proactive Pond Management Is a Better Value

Wednesday, February 19th @ 2:00pm (EDT)

Did you know that the best approach to achieving a healthy waterbody is through an integrated, proactive management plan? Neglecting to attack the root of an issue can lead to bigger problems like nuisance aquatic weeds, toxic algae blooms, shoreline erosion, or flooding due to sediment buildup, which will continue to worsen or reappear, therefore posing a very expensive cycle.

Join our experts as they discuss the sustainable solutions that should be utilized as part of an annual lake and pond management plan, and how a proactive approach can ultimately save you money and keep your waterbody healthy and beautiful year-round.Register NowWe don’t want you to miss out, so if you can’t make it, register anyway and we’ll send you a link to the recording afterwards.

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Meet Your Experts:

Brendon Donnelly

 

Brendon DonnellyAquatic Specialist & Business Development Consultant

Brendon Donnelly is a Business Development Consultant responsible for educating clients and helping the team build relationships with new partners. He studied Business Management at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. Brendon is responsible for developing holistic management plans for all waterbody types and management goals. Brendon regularly meets with property managers, associations and state agencies about the benefits of sustainable aquatic management.

Erin Stewart

 

Erin StewartAquatic Biologist & Regional Manager

Erin Stewart is an Aquatic Biologist and Regional Manager based in Colorado. She has managed lakes and ponds in the region since 2008. Erin has in-depth knowledge of water quality and the overall health of aquatic environments, and is experienced in developing and implementing proactive annual management plans for clients with varying needs and goals. Erin graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Oceanography from the College of Ocean and Fisheries Sciences. 

Gavin Ferris

 

 

Gavin FerrisEcologist

Gavin is an Ecologist with over a decade of experience in the industry. Gavin has a keen understanding of the organisms and processes that allow a healthy ecosystem to function. He enjoys consulting with clients and using his knowledge of freshwater ecology to develop effective remedies to proactively manage waterbodies. He has a Master’s degree in Entomology and maintains an array of industry licenses and certifications in many states across the south and Mid-Atlantic.