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 the future drain box. Installation of underdrains Pea gravel to cover drain pipes and promote proper drainage Backfilling with bioretention media Mulch and straw, and final touches around the pond And once all the dirty work was complete, the best part: the bioretention pond plants!
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 creating Dragonfly Sanctuaries in all your lakes, ponds and other aquatic environments.
Beaver had clogged a riser Water Quality Pipe Clogged Installation of Beaver Prevention device After installation of Beaver Prevention device
Before Pond Cleanout Before Pond Clean Out After Pond Clean Out Pond is looking much improved!