Pond Podcast: On Golden Pond

Posted January 20th, 2018

On Golden Pond This podcast covers a broad range of topics about lakes and ponds taken from email and calls to the program from people living and working in different types of communities. The host and Robbin talk about the different water levels in lakes and what they mean. They also remind property managers and… Read More

6 Leading Causes of Florida Fish Kills

Posted December 18th, 2017

Why are the fish in our lake dying? Fish kills happen in Florida. They are alarming and can be a major turn off to prospective new home owners, board members and residents.  Read on to learn why fish kills happen. #1 – The fish can’t breathe! In Florida, low dissolved oxygen levels are by far… Read More

Florida Storm Water Retention

Posted December 14th, 2017

Where Does the Rainwater Go? Rain, rain go away. Florida, from one end of the state to the other, typically deals with an extraordinary amount of rainfall during hurricane season. The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs recently noted a cumulative rainfall amount from January to October 31 2017 of 547 inches. But where… Read More

Keep Your Florida Lake Healthy

Posted December 11th, 2017

6 Ways to Keep Your Florida Lake Healthy and Beautiful. A clean and healthy lake beckons the water enthusiast to it. When the water is pristine and the weather perfect, kayaking, canoeing, fishing and other water activities are enticing. Here are five ways to keep your lake healthy, and your residents happy. #1 Manage the… Read More

Avian Botulism

Posted December 11th, 2017

What’s Wrong with the Ducks? Do the waterfowl living around the lake look unhealthy? Does it appear that they have a limp neck which droops to one side? Are they trying to fly but can’t? Are they trying to move their wings, but can’t? These are a few signs that waterfowl have Avian Botulism or… Read More

Pond Podcast: Winter Challenges for Florida Ponds

Posted December 7th, 2017

Winter Challenges for Florida Ponds. Winter pond, in south Florida that sounds rather odd. As others braces for cold and ice, we enter the dry season. This podcast is sure to enlighten, inform and educate listeners. Some of the most common lake questions we hear from returning seasonal residents are addressed including: Why are there… Read More