Dance of the Dragonfly-The Pond Warrior

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Pond Warrior: The Dragonfly We love the dragonfly because it is such a unique and powerful creature, and represents our company well. It is exciting to see a great story about the dragonfly in the recent news! Did you know that dragonflies migrate? Dragonflies migrating through Lowcountry “The most lethal predator in the animal world is migrating by the thousands through the Lowcountry and the region right now — and you likely don’t pay it much mind. The dragonfly is … Read More

Rain Gardens: UNC-TV segment on Rain Catchers Project

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Rain Gardens in Durham: UNC-TV Coverage Check out this UNC-TV:Science segment on the Durham Rain Catchers Project! They are doing great things and we are happy to be helping out!   This video covers a project that is going on in the City of Durham. Over 50 rain gardens are being installed in an effort to better the water quality of Ellerbe Creek. Be sure to check back for updates and keep an eye out for the new installations in … Read More

Dragonfly Pond Works Employees of the Month – June and July

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Tom Pullaro and Caitlin McCombs earned the Dragonfly Employee of the Month award for June and July!   Tom has been a pond and lake professional with Dragonfly Pond Works since 2008, after gaining a passion for ponds at NOAA in Charleston, SC. Tom has always been an integral part of the team here at Dragonfly, and has worked in all divisions of the company, He presently keeps the operation humming along as the COO. In June, we had several … Read More

Mosquito Outbreak-Biological Controls

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Mosquito Outbreak As we all know, summer is prime time for mosquitoes to breed. With the heavy rainfall this season and late start to summer, the conditions have created the perfect breeding conditions for mosquitoes to thrive. This report has more on how to avoid attracting mosquitoes and also on how this outbreak is impacting business on the east coast.  Video: Explosion of ‘really, really big’ mosquitoes expected later this summer Some things that we like to do to decrease the … Read More