Prairieland Koi & Pond Society
As soon as we know we can safely meet , we will let everyone know.
the year will be better than last.
Please stay safe.
If you like to fill out the Pond Questionnaire, and or the Club
Directory forms, please go to the Become a Member page and either print
it out and mail to Lisa Carter or fill in the form(s) and click the send button. Thanks!!
This is the official web site of Prairieland Koi & Pond Society. The site was created to introduce ourselves
to the community and for our members to be able to communicate with each other electronically.
This website will inform
people about the club, offer ideas, and list upcoming club events and activities. Feel free to look around. Please let us
know what you think.
On this home page, we'll introduce our club and give some examples of the types of activities
we're involved in. We'll also introduce you to some of the members and officers of the club. These are the people who make
The Society has a vast wealth of knowledge to share with you, about ponds, water gardens, and fish.
MeetingsThe monthly meetings are on the second Saturday of each month at 9:00
A.M., except on special occasions to accommodate speakers and special events.
The meeting locations are different each month. We meet at businesses as well as at club members' homes.
club does not meet or publish a newsletter in December or January. However, in early February members receive the first newsletter
of the new year. This newsletter announces where the February meeting will be held. Remember to bring a lawn chair to the
meetings. The meetings begin at 9:00 and last about an hour, unless a special event is scheduled.
Occasionally, guest speakers who specialize in specific areas are invited to share their knowledge, and answer
Glen Oak Zoo
The Prairieland Koi & Pond Society installed a pond and wet land area at
the Zoo in August of 2001. We continue to help care for the pond on a as needed basis. Volunteers weed, mulch and take general
care of the surrounding area of the pond, as well as maintenance on the pond.
The club performs various other water gardening projects. Some of these projects
include: retirement homes, helping club members with their ponds, and participating in various programs for the public. Watch
the newsletter to learn of these upcoming events. Help us help others.
The next series of pictures show some of the Executive board helping a club member install a large koi pond.
This group of guys decided to lend a helping hand and at the same time put to use some advanced pond techniques they picked
up at seminars in Pond building. Moving rock is always labor intensive, but with 4 strong men, the job is accomplished faster.