About Efficient Pond Management
Efficient Pond Management is the local source for your pond and lake management needs. We make on site visits
free of charge to completely understand the problem and let our experience benefit you by evaluating the entire situation
in person. After collecting the proper data and information, we tailor our services to fit your needs and goals.
This includes whether you wish for us to handle the probnlem for you or provide expert guidance for you take control on your
own to improve the situation. Our goal is to improve your lake or pond for you to enjoy.
We work closely with All Things Water out of Elkhart, IN. A company with over 13 years of experience in all facets of pond and lake management including large scale aquatic plant harvesting and dredging. We can solve your problems and get your pond back into a state where you can enjoy it again.
We also have a network of service professionals in related fields that may be very useful in your project. Heartland Habitat from Princeton, Illinois is one such company. They specialize in land management and food plots to enhance biodiversity increasing the beauty and attracting wildlife. Typically, stable and densely vegetated land surrounding a pond leads to a more stabile and healthy pond.
We are part of a world wide network called The Lake Experts, which provides: quality information, quality services and quality products to lake and pond owners. We strive for excellence in lake and pond management and assist those in need. We have and continue to help private land owners, homeowners associations, government agencies, educational facilities, ...
An active member of the Midwest Aquatic Plant Management Society. The mission of MAPMS is to promote sound and appropriate technologies for the management of aquatic vegetation, provide opportunities for the educational advancement of its members and encourage relevant scientific research. Among others.
An active member of the North American Lake Management Society. The purpose of NALMS is to forge partnerships among citizens, scientists, and professionals to foster the management and protection of lakes and reservoirs for today and tomorrow.
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