Tim Matson is an award winning author about ponds, pond design, and pond building. If you are into pond building, planning to build a pond, or repairing an existing pond, you have come to the right place. Tim consults with scores of property owners each year, providing advice and counsel at reasonable rates. Photo by Joe Mehling.
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APRIL 2019: Whether you're building a pond from scratch or working on pond maintenance or repairs, understanding water supply is basic to getting the job done. A pond without water is just a hole in the ground, so let's look at the various types of water it takes to make a pond a pond. We'll look at ground water, watershed runoff, wells, springs, roof capture, streams and rivers. To see how your pond may use one or more of these water types to fill and maintain good water quality, click here.