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 and emails reports to our clients. She is one of the crucial communication links between our field crews and our clients. As such we are glad to announce that Lynne is the Dragonfly Employee of the Month for February. With strong organizational ability, communication skills and a background working for … Read More
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 the way a pond looks. What do you guys think?
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 of Dragonfly’s very own, I must add!!) and covered the reasons why retrofits can be a great solutions to many BMPs/ retention ponds that are not functioning properly. IF you haven’t already, sign up now! http://www.bae.ncsu.edu/stormwater/training/bmp_retrofit.html