No matter where in the country or world you live, work and play, you will always have them. Most well-developed cities have them. Many functioning towns have them. These are what are known as the cities’ green lungs. These are necessary to keep on breathing life into heavily polluted and tired cities. The world’s oldest and most famous cities have always had them. New York City’s Central Park must surely be one of the world’s most famous examples. And where you reside and play in other parts of the world, you may be privileged to have the familiarity of your cities’ or towns’ botanical gardens.
Now, these lovely gardens, yours too, by the way, also need their nourishment. And what is the best form of nourishment for all plants, trees and (organic) crops? Water, of course. But it is fast becoming a precious and scarce resource. Even in areas where these resources are in abundance, they are being threatened. Most of the time, they are being threatened by high levels of pollution. They need to be cleaned on a regular basis. Cities, towns and parks that fall short of the mark are making efforts to utilize and have new pond aerators and fountains put in respectively. High quality materials and equipment are being utilized to look after the flora and fauna that depend naturally on all your water-based resources.
In order to ensure that your parks, gardens and ponds and lakes look lovely and are clean, they all need to be maintained regularly. In this case, preservation or conservation will always be the watchword. If your town falls short, you can call on the landscapers and conservationists who will be performing a range of substantive and functional services, including but never restricted to algae control, weed control, fish stocking and water clarification.