Here are the top 10 things residents want to know about mosquito control spraying in their community.
While mosquito-borne diseases threaten human health worldwide, implementing an integrated mosquito management (IMM) system can go a long way toward mitigating those risks. Within the IMM network, the surveillance lever acts explicitly as a predecessor to larval or adult control…
Clarke\’s latest case study reveals data on the environmental impact of implementing over 200 adult mosquito traps and Biogent’s BG Counters.
Each method of lake mapping – vegetation, bathymetric, and sedimentation/hardness mapping – provides unique insight into assessing areas of your waterbody that would have otherwise gone unnoticed, let alone enough understanding to properly plan and budget for.
Clarke Aquatic Services (CAS), a business unit of The Clarke Group, has been acquired by SOLitude Lake Management, a nationwide environmental firm that provides sustainable solutions to improve water quality and preserve water resources. The transaction closed effective November 1,…
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) recently placed the monarch butterfly – known for its striking orange and black pattern as well as its annual migration – on the IUCN Red List of Threatened SpeciesTM. Monarch butterflies join…
Clarke understands that our actions and decisions matter. They matter and ripple across our organization, out to customers, throughout our industry, and into the global community. This understanding is why we are so considerably grounded in stewardship and service. We…
We are proud to publish our tenth sustainability report – a report that summarizes our progress against our current sustainability goal set and highlights our key efforts and areas of growth over the reporting period of 2020 and 2021. The…
Since 2015, Clarke has granted a portion of its annual sales to non-profit organizations advancing environmental causes through its Give to Tomorrow® grant program.
Two Clarke facilities in Illinois have officially been recognized as LEED Certified by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Clarke announces the appointment of Allen Gent to Chief Operating Officer (COO). Gent brings 20 years of successful commercial, strategic development, and executive management experience in the agribusiness industry to Clarke.
Recently, the EPA made a final decision to revoke all tolerances for Chlorpyrifos on food production, meaning any products containing Chlorpyrifos may no longer be applied on crops.
Late summer is often when the presence of mosquito-borne diseases like West Nile Virus (WNV) upticks rapidly, thanks to ideal weather conditions (regular rainfall, humidity levels, and warm air temperatures) for mosquito breeding.
Mosquito control services use a variety of different application methods to control mosquitoes in communities, private backyards, public parks, and commercial properties. There is no one size fits all solution for keeping mosquito populations in check.
Each summer – or even year-round if you’re in a warmer climate such as Texas or Florida – midge flies can become a major nuisance wreaking havoc on property and recreational time and driving residents away from outdoor resources.
Through the Give to Tomorrow® grant program, Clarke donates a portion of its annual sales revenue to non-profit environmental organizations around the world who share Clarke’s values and passion for the planet and community.
After 75 years in business, Clarke has grown from a small family operation, into a 200-employee, global entity. CEO, J. Lyell Clarke, reflects on Clarke\’s impact over the years.
Communities all across the country rely on mosquito control products and services to improve the comfort and quality of life for residents.
Here’s an overview of the most frequently used tools for adult mosquito surveillance, including established and emerging technologies for conducting and managing mosquito surveillance activities.
Find out what a sustainable mosquito control program looks like for your community.