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Agricultural, Livestock, and Irrigation Ponds in California

Aside from decorative backyard ponds, new irrigation and livestock ponds account for the majority of the new water features put in each year in California. 

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Retention, Detention, and Storm Water Ponds for California

California did not create nine water boards to manage the entire state’s water supply just to prevent the loss of valuable fresh water. 

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California Backyard Ponds

Residential and backyard ponds make up the majority of new water features added to California by volume alone.

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Liner Recommendations for All Types of California Ponds

Like ponds built anywhere in the country, California ponds need reliable and flexible liners that conform to their every curve and bump. 

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Aquaculture Liner Requirements in California

Fish farming is big business, thanks in no small part to the development of new and better flexible liner products. 

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Ponds and Water Features for California Golf Courses, Resorts, and More

When drought conditions affect larger parts of the state, water restrictions are increased by the various water boards in California.

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California’s Weather and Soil Conditions: How Pond Liners Are Affected

While each state has its unique challenges for pond construction, California’s natural conditions can be particularly hard on liner materials.

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Water Limitations, Droughts and California Ponds

Water restrictions have been in place for decades in most of California, just like the rest of the Western states. 

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