The Ohio State University's Extension Program in Ponds, Fisheries and Aquatic Management offers programming to enrich your experience wherever your life intersects with water.
Ohio's ponds, lakes, wetlands, streams and other waters, from the most modest of intermittent brooks to the international expanse of Lake Erie, constitute beautifully complex living laboratories where communities of fish, plants and plankton interact with their aquatic domains. We are dedicated to helping conserve and manage fisheries, water quality, and simple aesthetics to benefit Ohioans and future generations.
|Your Pond Update Autumn 2018||
Aquatic Invasive Species and Your Pond/Lake
|Your Pond Update Winter 2018||
Winter Fish Kills on Ponds Revisited
It’s Not Just “Seaweed”! Aquatic Vegetation to Benefit Water Quality and Fisheries
|Your Pond Update Winter 2016||Classic Publications on Managing Ohio Ponds: One Returns and Others Temporarily Lost|
|Your Pond Update Summer 2015||A Management Challenge: Water Quality in Residential-Neighborhood Ponds|
|Your Pond Update Spring 2015||Harmful Algal Blooms, Ponds, and the Basics of Mitigation and Management|
But I Didn't Think Ohio Had Any Real Lakes! ...At least outside Lake Erie
|Your Pond Update Autumn 2014||
Ah, Autumn... A Time to Stock Fish to Ponds
|Your Pond Update Spring 2014||Proactive Algae Management through Pond Destratification|
|Ohio Pond News Archive|
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Eugene C. Braig IV, Aquatic Ecosystems Program Director
School of Environment and Natural Resources
The Ohio State University
379A Kottman Hall
2021 Coffey Rd.
Columbus, OH 43210