Durham Neighborhood Rain Catchers Project

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One of the projects that we have been busy with this summer at Dragonfly is the installation of around 50 rain gardens in a neighborhood in the City of Durham. The project is funded through grants from the North Carolina Division of Water Quality and the Clean Water Management Trust Fund in an effort to help clean Durham water, specifically Ellerbe Creek! Residents in the area volunteered space in their yards in an effort to catch and treat storm water. … Read More


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  Irises are a beautiful aquatic plant that we frequently use at the ponds we manage. Irises can be used to create an attractive buffer around a pond, which can serve to reduce goose traffic, increase water filtration, decrease shoreline erosion, and provide an enjoyable display. The two most common irises that we use are the blue flag and yellow flag varieties, which are pictured below:                  We believe that ponds and wetland areas … Read More

Pond Manager of the Month – Keith

Mick RibaultBioretention Services, Blog, Dredging, Grading & Excavating, Invasive & Nuisance Vegetation Control, Pond Management, Turn-Key Compliance Services, Wetland Restoration & Aquatic Planting

Keith Raab works hard to keep the lakes and ponds he manages clean and attractive. As every pond and lake is unique, we pride ourselves on highly customized maintenance programs for each property. Keith has the necessary high level of organization and attention to detail to provide these high quality services to lakes and ponds throughout North Carolina. Keith maintains lakes and ponds in Wilmington, New Bern, Greensboro, High Point and Winston Salem and he has worked several very long … Read More