Heavy-Duty Pond Liners Are Perfect for American Wetlands Month Projects

Posted by CanopiesAnd Tarps on Mar 18th 2015

For more than 20 years, our country has been recognizing American Wetlands Month and were hoping that many of you will be participating in the observance this year. Its a great time to use our pond liners to create replacement wetlands or host wetland cleanups with the aid of our waterproof tarps, green leaf tarps and pop-up tents.

Our pond liners are perfect for large-scale projects and we can customize them too. Right now, standard sizes start at 30-feet x 20-feet and run up to 100-feet x 120 feet. Of course our tarps and tents come in assorted sizes as well. Oh, and we even have 144-square feet base-camp tents for cleanup leaders that want to spend the night on site. So, all you need to do is find a wetlands site or the ideal place to build one.

In most instances, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is a good place to start when planning large-scale events for the month. They can generally let people know which public wetlands need attention and where they see a need for new ones to form. They are also typically very good about providing advice on how to go about cleaning up the area and what else needs to be done. If all of the public wetlands in your area are already in good shape, you could always build a small-scale one on private property.

In years past, our heavy-duty liners have been used to create watering holes for domesticated wildlife, containment ponds and water features. As such, there are options to choose from just as long as your areas private landowners are willing to participate in American Wetlands Month events. To learn more about our pond liners, tarps, base-camp tents and pop-ups before the yearly observance arrives, please contact us today.