July / August 2020

The W.E.T.S. Method for Diagnosing Water Loss

One of the more confusing issues that pond owners and contractors have to deal with is water loss in what is designed to be a closed system. Even if you’re sure that there are no leaks in your recirculating pond or fountain, the water level can still drop. How is That Possible? Well, the answer …

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Streaming Video for Sales and Business Development

One of the most effective ways to reach large numbers of people is via video, whether live or recorded. Can you imagine a world without it now, especially during the global pandemic? Thanks to video, I have been able to carry on talking with clients and inspiring thousands and thousands of people with content that I originally …

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Pond Construction | Fishing Pond & Creek in Texas Hill Country

One thing I’ve learned over the years is the value of forming a trusting relationship with your clients. A shining example of this is this fishing pond and creek we did in Lakeway, Texas, where the trust gained during the initial phase paved the way for an ambitious add-on.  The Miller project was executed in two phases: …

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Using Filtration to Remove Sediment From Ponds

By far, one of the most common challenges that water gardeners collectively face is how to handle sediment — or, should I say, the “muck” that builds up over time in all bodies of water. But is sediment always bad? It is completely natural for sediment to build up, and most natural pond systems deal …

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