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January 2017

Pond Management is for the birds! A toddler could do it.


Managing a pond or lake is like having a unruly garden! Texas has over 1 million small ponds or lakes with a majority privately owned. Ponds are usually built for several purposes: irrigation, livestock watering, and recreation. Recreation is probably the most important reason for building a pond now days. Unfortunately, most ponds are poorly [...]

Pond Management is for the birds! A toddler could do it.2020-02-17T16:44:15-06:00

October 2016

Texas Aquatic Plant Management Society 2016


Annual Conference Update Tapatio Springs Resort & Spa Boerne, Texas   A second year in a row we had the great pleasure of staying at Tapatio Springs Resort & Spa, a great facility to bring your significant other to enjoy a relaxing weekend. Unfortunately this year my wife and daughter couldn’t attend the conference with [...]

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May 2016

North Texas Pond Management Workshop


No matter the life stage your pond, come out to refreshing morning. Learn tips, tools, and strategies to managing your pond. Come find answers to the deep questions that keep you awake at night. Hear new ideas and how to accomplish the idea for your pond. Meet new friends and neighbors swap ideas with one another! Click on [...]

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April 2015

Aquatic Vegetation on the RISE…


Spring has sprung finally, after winter released its grip. The grass is growing, trees are blooming, and the fish are spawning. Yep nature’s life cycle has begun its normal routine, including those dreaded aquatic weeds. They start out small and unnoticeable until you go out to fish your favorite spot and it’s inaccessible. The algae [...]

Aquatic Vegetation on the RISE…2020-02-17T16:45:05-06:00