Course curriculum

  • 2

    Intake Bays

    • Intake Bay History Lesson

    • Intake Bay Engineering

    • Intake Bay Calculations

    • Intake Bay Construction - Part 1

    • Intake Bay Construction - Part 2

    • Intake Bay Construction - Part 3

    • Intake Bay Construction - Part 4

    • La Primavera Urbana Project

    • Intake Bays on Natural Ponds

    • Intake Bay Quiz

  • 3

    Negative Edges

    • Negative Edges

    • Negative Edge Calculations

    • Negative Edge Project Showcases

    • Negative Edges Quiz

  • 4

    Rainwater Harvesting

    • Rainwater Harvesting

    • Current Infrastructure

    • De-Centralized Infrastructure Solutions

    • Aquascape Rainwater Harvesting Solution

    • Rainwater Harvesting Project Showcases

    • Rainwater Harvesting Quiz

  • 5

    The Aquascape Foundation

    • The Aquascape Foundation

  • 6


    • Intake Bay & Vanishing Edge Maintenance

    • Maintenance Quiz

  • 7


    • Conclusion


Vice President of Field Research and Contractor Development

Ed Beaulieu

Ed has been with Aquascape since the summer of 1993; his background and passion for the environment is evident in his numerous design/build projects. Ed uses his expertise and experience to create and improve industry products. Ed holds a Bachelor of Science degree in zoology with an emphasis in limnology (study of freshwater ecosystems), with graduate studies in marine biology and coastal zone management.Ed has designed and installed over 1,000 water features of all sizes. He’s an author, inventor, and speaker for the water garden industry. His role in consulting and construction services has allowed him to travel the world to practice his craft. Ed recently appeared as “the scientist” in Nat Geo Wild’s “Pond Stars” series. As the Director of Field Research at Aquascape, Ed tackles a wide variety of unique projects. He continually pushes Aquascape products to their limits while exploring innovative solutions and techniques to stay in front of the competition. Ed sums up his career in the words of Robert Mondavi, “Find a job that you love and you’ll never work another day in your life.”