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It’s a Dirty Job…

When our crews are out attending to day-to-day lake management  and stormwater services they expect to take care of issues that are biological in nature, such as weed and algae control, pest control and debris removal from leaves and branches, but we are always amazed...

What in the Hell?

On a recent fishing expedition up on the Toccoa River up near Blue Ridge, Georgia a fisherman came up with a scary surprise of the slimy four legged kind. Actually it was Hellbender. The Hellbender is North America’s largest salamander, growing as large as 29 inches...

This Frog is Making Headlines!

In mid-August, the area surrounding Baton Rouge, Louisiana received over two feet of rain, causing yet another massive flooding event in a state already overwhelmed with weather issues. Along with the 30,000 people displaced, there is another resident of Louisiana...

A Different Way to Garden

Gardens are not one-size-fits-all. Yard space varies in moisture and sun exposure across the state. For folks with a lot of wet, low-lying areas with spotty sun, there probably aren’t tomatoes. But there can be a rain garden. A rain garden is a planted...

Fall Leaf Composting for Better Soil

It’s still hot today, but before we know it, the deciduous trees and shrubs in our backyard will be dumping leaf litter all over our yards and gardens. Over the course of the autumn, residents everywhere will break out their various rakes and blowers and try to...

A Pesky Plant

A nuisance plant is the kind you do not want in your lake or pond. One such plant, the hydrilla or ‘water-thyme’, has been known to spread astronomically and even cause disease in animal populations. Hydrilla is a perennial plant that forms dense colonies...