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Brace yourself for the invasion of the giant mosquitoes

Monday, April 8, 2013
Interesting article about GIANT mosquitos. Brace yourself for the invasion of the giant mosquitoes: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/lake/os-lk-lauren-ritchie-giant-mosquitoes-20130327,0,6229382.column Fun fact: North Carolina has 1938 lakes, ponds, reservoirs, and other fishing bodies of water… read more

Employee of the Month Feb: Lynne Wilcox

Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Lynne Wilcox has been a great asset to Dragonfly Pond Works and to our regular pond management clients. Since joining the team in 2012. Lynne keeps all maintenance visits documented… read more

Interesting way to improve an ugly riser at a retention pond

Monday, March 11, 2013
I thought I would share the picture of a pond we manage in Morrisville, North Carolina. Adding decorative rock to the riser structure may be a great way to improve… read more

Great Class! NC State Stormwater Group – Retrofit Class

Monday, March 11, 2013
I attended this class on Thursday in Raleigh and thought that the material covered by the NC State Stormwater Group was great. They covered multiple pond retrofit examples (a few… read more

Bioretention pond construction in Cary NC

Thursday, February 28, 2013
Here’s an interesting installation of a Bioretention pond in Cary, North Carolina. Step by step pictures of this project: Removal of the soil from the area, and cleaning out from… read more

Lake and Pond Management Display in Charlotte at CAI event

Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Just wanted to share a picture of Dragonfly Pond Works at the CAI event. We had a great time rolling out the new name and logo. We look forward to… read more