Stratification is the layering of water by temperature and/or chemical properties and density.
Ponds and lakes go through a natural aging process, and considering the “goal” of the erosion process is to fill in low areas with eroded earth from tall areas, the progression eventually fills [...]
Despite often being the #1 complaint of many pond owner’s, aquatic plants do serve a vital purpose in any pond ecosystem. Learn why in this article.
There are some things you can do to ensure your retention or detention pond is functioning efficiently. Learn how in this article.
Whether you want to winter geese, swans, or ducks on your pond or are looking to extend your waterfowl hunting season, keeping and maintaining open water areas are critical.
Submerged aquatic vegetation are plants that are completely under the water and typically have a root system in the bottom sediment. Learn some more information about them here.
Learn how to identify the most common types of floating aquatic plants.
Emergent aquatic plants can be desirable or undesirable depending on balance and what you like to see. Often times, emergent vegetation can be very beneficial as a nutrient buffer.
There are a number of ways to manage and treat aquatic plants. This article outlines some of the common ways to manage aquatic plants and how they work.