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Successful Pond Management: The More You Know…

Wednesday, May 18, 2016
The more you will want to promote healthy lakes and ponds and protect dragonflies!  Preservation of natural spaces, successful pond management and plant selections are the key to a thriving … read more

Dragonfly Pond Works Spring Kickoff and Teambuilding Day

Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Adding some polish to the office grounds and building relationships…that was our mission at Dragonfly Pond Works’s Spring Kickoff event here at the office in Apex!  We added flowers, some… read more

Dredging and Shoreline Restoration 101

Friday, April 29, 2016
Over time, ponds and lakes can fill in with dead vegetation, fish debris, organic sediments and silt.  An aging pond can become compacted with silt to the point of losing… read more

Got Erosion?

Wednesday, April 27, 2016
  Coir logs and wetland plants can be an extremely effective control for shoreline erosion.  Whether the erosion is from wind and wave action in the pond or lack of… read more

CAI Annual Conference and Expo April 2016

Monday, April 11, 2016
What a wonderful atmosphere for learning and networking at the CAI Annual Conference and Expo in Greensboro, NC!   We had a great time introducing Dragonfly Pond Works and educating HOA… read more

Dry Pond Rescue & Management

Monday, April 4, 2016
  This is the original view at Wilkinson Park Business Center in Charlotte as we came upon the site – a dry pond that was terribly overgrown and completely unmanaged.… read more