Aquatic Invasive Vegetation: Fish Control Measure

Mick RibaultInvasive & Nuisance Vegetation Control, Pond Management

Dragonfly Pond Works: Aquatic Invasive Vegetation and More!

Aquatic invasive vegetation is an issue in Charleston, South Carolina waters and beyond. DPW recommends fish as a control measure in part of a comprehensive plan. Cory Rogers- Charleston Client Service Manager, Certified Master Pond Manager Aquatic invasive vegetation and aquatic nuisance vegetation can lead to serious issues in lakes and ponds throughout South Carolina and beyond. As it relates to stormwater systems, invasive and nuisance vegetation can clog systems, lead to flooding, decrease functionality, be unsightly, and often foul … Read More

Heavy Rainfall Impact on Lakes and Ponds

Mick RibaultPond Management

Example of a failed slope leading to a pond.

Heavy rainfall brings risks to lakes and ponds across North Carolina. Jared Beard, Client Service Manager- Wilmington Heavy rainfall greatly impacted many areas across North Carolina in 2018. Unfortunately, 2019 has already seen above average rainfall amounts in many North Carolina cities. In 2018, Raleigh received 18 inches of rain above the annual average. During the last 30 days, Raleigh and Charlotte have both received 2-3 inches above average for this time of year (https://www.weather.gov/). In 2018, Wilmington received a … Read More

Stormwater Management: Low Impact Dredging

Mick RibaultDredging, Grading & Excavating, Pond Management

Stormwater Management: Raleigh, North Carolina System Restored Thomas Moore- Triangle Client Service Manager, Stormwater BMP Inspections Specialized Training, Licensed Commercial Applicator Proper stormwater management is critical for lakes and ponds to retain their system functionality. An important component of stormwater management is retaining proper water depths. Sediment buildup in lakes and ponds will compromise the integrity of the stormwater system. Dredging by stormwater management experts is necessary to return the lake or pond to a healthy, functioning, and compliant system. … Read More

Florida Lake Management: Tampa Bay, Naples, Sarasota, Fort Myers, St. Petersburg, and Beyond!

Mick RibaultBlog, Pond Management

As an experienced pond and lake management company, Dragonfly Pond Works specializes in creating healthy, beautiful sanctuaries. Lakes add great value to any area. They are calming, aesthetically pleasing, beneficial to the environment, and great for recreation. However, in order to keep them this way they require maintenance at times just like ponds. The word pond may be in our name, but we are just as experienced and qualified to provide lake management solutions to maintain your local lake as a … Read More

Pond Maintenance Contractor: Stormwater Pond Health

Mick RibaultBlog, Pond Management

One of the Koi fish removed from the pond as part of improving its health.

As a pond maintenance contractor, the Dragonfly Pond Works Team regularly encounters ponds that have become unhealthy for a variety of reasons. We assess the pond, identify the problems, and provide solutions that will transform the pond back to its beautiful, healthy state. We recently evaluated this stormwater pond that had become ugly, muddy, and unhealthy. During our assessment, we identified the issue to be Koi fish.   People are often interested in Koi fish for their ponds due to their … Read More