How to Restore Your Waterbody with Hydro-raking

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Wednesday, August 26 @ 2:00pm (EDT)

Join our experts as they reveal how to restore lakes and ponds with hydro-raking! Mechanical hydro-raking provides an eco-friendly solution for the removal of nuisance vegetation and also offers a means of restoring waterbody depth for increased recreational access or improved functionality of your stormwater pond. Physically removing bottom muck and debris from the water column not only helps prevent water quality issues from developing, but also prolongs the need for dredging, one of the most costly expenses a community or waterbody owner will face. Our experts are excited to discuss how this management tool can help turn your shallow and vegetated waterbody into a healthy, beautiful aquatic ecosystem.Register NowRegistration Is Free. Spots Are Limited. Register today!

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Meet Your Experts:

bethany thompson


Bethany ThompsonAquatic Specialist and Business Development Consultant

Bethany Thompson regularly educates clients about sustainable lake, pond and wetland management strategies. She helps many clients restore their waterbodies by developing holistic management plans and implementing hydro-raking to restore depth and clear nuisance vegetation. Bethany graduated from Keiser University in Fort Lauderdale and is currently paged in Tennessee.

will stevenson


Will StevensonEnvironmental Scientist and former Owner of Lycott Environmental

Will Stevenson has decades of experience in the lake and pond management industry. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Union College in New York and earned his Master of Environmental Management degree from Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies in Connecticut. Will helps numerous lake and pond owners, across the country, restore their waterbodies with sustainable management tools such as hydro-raking, mechanical harvesting and dredging. Will was the past president of the Northeast Aquatic Plant Management Society and serves on several advisory boards for industry organizations.

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