Serving the State of Florida Since 1992
NORTH FLORIDA OFFICE
Full-Service Lake & Pond Management in North Florida
The maintenance of lakes and ponds is of critical importance as these waterways serve as part of the stormwater system. They also in many instances provide aesthetic and recreational benefit, and can affect property values. The knowledgeable team at Lake and Wetland Management is well versed in North Florida’s unique ecosystems and can identify and remedy a variety of issues while providing best-in-class service.
For the most effective and professional environmental services in North Florida contact us today at (352) 329 – 3233 for a free site survey and estimate.
Our Lake & Pond Maintenance Services in North Florida
Lake and Wetland Management provides a variety of environmental services in North Florida including:
Areas We Serve in North Florida
Our North Florida office serves as Lake and Wetland Management’s headquarters for all of North Florida and includes, but is not limited to, the following Counties:
- St. Johns
Our Fountain and Aerator Installation Services in North Florida
The addition of a floating fountain or aeration system can provide beauty and biological benefit to your lake or pond. As each waterway is unique, let Lake and Wetland Management’s staff help choose the best system for your investment. We work with a variety of manufacturers to sell, install, and maintain many types of fountains and aerators. We also service systems previously installed by others to give you a complete lake management package.
Our Fish Stocking Services and Fisheries Management
Fish are an important part of our ecosystem, and should be monitored and managed to ensure a healthy balance. Whether its Florida’s world-reknowned largemouth bass, the mosquito larvae eating Gambusia (also known as mosquitofish), or the biological aquatic weed control triploid grass carp, the biologists at Lake and Wetland Management can make the educated decision as to which species will be best for your lake or pond. We offer a variety of native species, including Florida largemouth bass, channel catfish, panfish, bluegill, bream, redear sunfish, and mosquitofish. We also offer triploid grass carp to control invasive species such as Hydrilla, where allowed by FWC permitting.
Lake and Wetland Management North Florida
Biography for Adam Grayson, Vice President
Always the avid outdoorsman, Adam Grayson’s career in aquatic and invasive plant management was a perfect fit. The phrase “it isn’t rocket science” doesn’t apply to this industry; it is plant and nature science that brings new challenges each and every day. This is what has kept Adam’s attention since 1999, and he loves the fact that there is still something new to learn everyday.
After working with Lake and Wetland Management as the Director of Operations for many years, Adam and his family decided to move to Gainesville to raise their two children. The opportunity to open the North Florida office of Lake and Wetland Management was created, and Adam is proud to bring his company’s vision of providing its customer’s with the highest level of service while serving the environmental responsibly to a new market.
Although raising his two beautiful young daughters takes up most of his free time, Adam still enjoys nature photography and falconry when time permits. Adam is a State of Florida licensed pesticide applicator (Aquatics, Right-of-Way, Forestry, Natural Areas), ISA Certified Arborist (FL-6386A), State-certified Florida Green Industries Best Management Practices Applicator and Qualified Stormwater Management Inspector.