The day-to-day choices of residents and visitors help determine if precious water resources will be here for the enjoyment of current and future generations.
Successful ponds require careful planning. New ponds must be located in the best spot possible, supplied by a consistent water source, and constructed with an adequate spillway.
Prolonged drought affects the growth and appearance of crops and lawns, and more. Visit our resources for more information on drought topics related to you.
Decisions about aquatic weeds have consequences for swimming, fishing, and environmental quality. We recommend a step-by-step approach to weed management.
A few cattails can be desirable in a pond however they often grow into thick stands. Learn various methods to use to control them, here.
Visit our list of links to find information on how to rebuild your stream following a flooding event, and on the advantages of creating riparian buffers.
Most ponds will attract significant wildlife without any effort on your part. Here are suggestions on how to attract or discourage wildlife from taking up residence at your pond.
Last updated November 10, 2016