Chris Kott wrote:What is its current condition, and what do you need to accomplish?
Does it hold water? Are there contaminants that require bioremediation, as in fungi, heavy metal-accumulating plants, and reed and pond-edge filter plants?
If you could fill in some details, including perhaps some pictures, any advice offered would be closer to what you're looking for.
Hi Chris!, thank you for your reply! I will try to reply accurately to your questions!
The lake holds the water, the land is on slate soil so i can say that the hydraulic basin waterproofed itself! It has no reed or pond-edge filter plants! Despite containing, fishes, frogs, dragon-fly's, etc, we will mandatory have to clean it, clean the bottom for trash that people left their for years and the accumulated sludge's, regarding the water quality, the lake is fed by an unpolluted river.
I think i can say that the lake is in the bottom of a kind of a "valley"!, we have a surrounding walk-path around the lake, and right next to it we have two "half-slopes".
It needs deep cleaning due to human action (by trowing trash in to it) and also nature, in winter times, all the debris brought by the rain (soil, vegetation, etc), come down hill and set up in the bottom of the lake.
The intention is to have a clean place for people to be able to swim in.
ps: sorry for the spelling mistakes