Common Sense Techniques for Lake Health

Common Sense Techniques for Lake Health

Taking responsibility for the health of your lake starts with keeping fertilizers and other chemicals out of the watershed. With a few simple steps, you can turn your shoreline into a natural nutrient filter and make a lasting contribution to the long-term health of...
Understanding Nutrient Overloading

Understanding Nutrient Overloading

The fertilizers we use to grow green crops and lawns are the same fertilizers that grow weeds and algae on our lakes. When phosphates, nitrates, and other pollutants enter the lake from the watershed and ‘fertilize’ the lake, weeds grow and algae blooms. This is...
Lake Warning Signals

Lake Warning Signals

You already know that excess muck, weeds, and algae are SOS messages from a lake in trouble.  If you have those signs of nutrient overloading, you may also have experienced closed beaches and fish kills. Read on to understand how these lake warning signals are...
Muck. Weeds. Algae.

Muck. Weeds. Algae.

Does your lakeshore look, smell, or feel off? Have you noticed a decline in wildlife over the years, or an increase in muck, weeds, and algae? You might be starting to think that the typical, toxic solutions to lakefront water treatment are actually making your lake...
Introducing EverBlue DOCK System

Introducing EverBlue DOCK System

Treat, Beat, and Defeat Muck, For Good Are your summer plans already down in the muck because of lake algae, weed overgrowth, and other symptoms of poor lake health? While chemical treatments quickly kill off the vegetation that makes your lake unsightly and...