Pond Management Webinars
Water Resources Webinars
Pond Management Webinar Recordings
Previously recorded webinars are free of charge for you to watch.
Nuisance algae growth is one of the most common problems reported by pond and lake owners in Pennsylvania. Of greatest concern are algae blooms that are caused by microscopic blue-green algae which are capable of producing toxins. These toxins can sicken animals and humans that contact the water and may cause the death of fish or other aquatic life.
Penn State Extension Water Resources Specialist, Bryan Swistock, discusses the causes and problems associated with harmful algal blooms in PA.
Penn State Extension Water Resources Specialist, Bryan Swistock, covers five steps pond managers can use to create a healthier PA pond.
PA Sea Grant Personnel, Sarah Whitney and Sara Stahlman, discuss aquatic invasive species.
Penn State Extension Water Resources Educator, Susan Boser, discusses the West Nile Virus.
Joe Gallagher from Ecological Solutions, Inc. presents information on methods to control nuisance algae and aquatic plant growth.
Joe Gallagher, President of Ecological Solutions, Inc. presents information on proper management of fish species in ponds and lakes.
Penn State Extension Water Resources Educator, Diane Oleson, highlights the practice of water gardening and how that relates to the spread of invasive species.
Penn State Extension Water Resources Educator, Susan Boser, talks about how to control aquatic plants and algae.
Diane Oleson from Penn State Extension discusses best management practices for aquatic invasive species.
Susan Boser from Penn State Extension explains the aspects of good pond management.