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"Look deep into nature, 

and you will understand everything better."

- Albert Einstein.


"Ponds add beauty to a landscape, but they can also benefit wildlife by providing habitat. Ponds offer food sources, clean water for drinking or living, shelter, and nesting sites or nesting material for many types of wildlife, including birds and butterflies. In turn, humans benefit from the ecosystem services provided for free by having a pond, such as an increase in mosquito-eating dragonflies. As many of our natural wetlands and ponds have been removed or degraded, it becomes crucial to consider planning, constructing, and maintaining ponds".

For guidance on planning, constructing, and maintaining a pond, visit:


Tadpoles hatching in the spring are one of the many things we look forward to seeing every year.

The pond transforms as the seasons progress, supporting all kinds of wildlife.

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