Join the Foster Lake staff at a super cool pond event. Hosted by the Durham, Orange and Wake Soil and Water Conservation Districts, the 2018 Pond Clinic is an opportunity to learn more about ponds and their management. If you own a farm or are[...]
As the temperature begins to cool and leaves start to fall, your Storm Water Professional should begin to perform seasonal lake and outdoor upkeep.
Seasonal Upkeep around your lake or pond
Seeding & Turf Repair
The Fall is a great time to[...]
As temperatures cool and the pumpkin spice starts to be sprinkled into everything on the planet, fisheries biologists start pulling out the waders, nets, and shocking boats. The Fall is an exciting and productive time for your lake or pond’s[...]
“Prepare for the worse and hope for the best”.
Due to the number of calls we’ve had from customers and clients asking for advice on preparing for hurricanes, we are providing some general comments. Specific recommendations depend upon the[...]
(Bear with us, this is a long one - but extremely informative for those with pond fountains or contemplating the purchase.)
I’ve never seen a lake or pond that did not benefit enormously from aeration. In fact, aeration is the one expense that[...]
What do you get when you combine a fishing tournament with a banquet dinner / silent auction on the beautiful Lake Conroe?
“The Coal Ash Management Act of 2014, signed into law on September 20, 2014, requires all owners of high and intermediate hazard dams to submit Emergency Action Plans (EAPs) to the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and[...]
Until recently, this surface film was considered a form of “blue-green algae”. Blue-green algae are actually classified as bacteria and are correctly called cyanobacteria. As bacteria, they are mobile and can rise and sink through the water[...]
Chad, one of our Service Managers with 25 years of lake management experience, took this interesting photograph of freshwater jellyfish at a lake he was working on this week. There were quite a few of the jellyfish and he said they looked a[...]
Anyone with an inkling of passion for lake and pond management would thoroughly enjoy reading “Pond Boss” magazine. It is folksy and fun to read while being incredibly informational. I read every issue cover to cover, not so much because I don’t[...]