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  • Diatoms 2

    Diatoms: Nature’s Best Water Cleaners

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    New Technology for Cleaning Lakes We’re always on the look-out for the most effective new technologies.  We apply three criteria in assessing whether these new technologies should become part of our Lake Renewal Process: Is it good for the lake? Does it work? Is it …

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  • Muck In Hand

    Aerobic Bacteria: Nature’s Rapid Muck Digesters

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    Get Rid of the Compost Pile at the Bottom of Your Lake The “muck” that accumulates at the lake-bottom is organic compost that cannot be broken down fast enough. This is a sign that your lake is overloaded with nutrients and simply can’t keep up with the …

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  • Shoreline Buffer

    Nutrient Filtration: Protect Your Lake from Incoming Pollutants

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    Protect your lake from incoming pollutants NOW! In a perfect world pollution wouldn’t enter the lake in the first place. In the real world it has proven nearly impossible to stop. Watershed Management has been the “official policy” for lake restoration for decades. Despite decades …

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  • Double Rainbow 2

    Sustainable Lake Renewal

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    Long-term Lake Health for Generations to Come In our experience, long-term lake health demands impeccable professional management. That’s what we do. We’re a full service lake restoration company. We don’t just install our system and leave. In fact, once our system is in place, our …

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  • Zebra Mussels Infest

    New Hope for Invasive Zebra and Quagga Mussels

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    Zequanox™ and Lake Bottom Aeration A Killer Combination for Invasive Zebra and Quagga Mussels Zebra Mussels and Quagga Mussels are a scourge spreading rapidly across North America.  These invasive pests take over the lake’s ecosystem  decimating native species, crashing the fishery and impeding recreational activity. The …

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  • Okebena21

    Lake Savers Considered for Large Lake Project in Minnesota

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    Article Excerpt:  Michigan-based Lake Savers offers an aeration system they say will improve water quality and reduce the number and severity of algal blooms. The company has systems operating in several lakes in Minnesota. “The way the aeration works is you reduce oxygen to the …

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  • Lake Savers FB Cover No Border

    4 Michigan Lakes Lead the Way in Fight Against Eurasian Milfoil & Harmful Blue-Green Algae

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    Kalamazoo, Michigan (PRWEB) February 28, 2013 Studies conducted on four Michigan Lakes are providing evidence that a break-through, all-natural technology quickly and substantially reduces nutrient overloading – the root cause of explosive invasive weed growth and harmful blue-green algal blooms. The independent studies conducted by …

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  • Loon With Baby Right

    The Lakes We Love

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    Photographs From our Time Living and Working on Lakes…   Join us in the fight to save our lakes…they’re worth it!  

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