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Exposed Lake Beds are Subject to Shoreland Rules
Due to abnormally low water levels in many state lakes, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is once again reminding riparian property owners that what looks like “dry land” still may be subject to rules regulating what can and cannot be done on the shoreland and in public waters.

The DNR has received numerous reports of people cutting, raking, or otherwise disturbing aquatic plants in areas that have recently been exposed due to the receding water levels.

While fluctuating water levels can pose an inconvenience for property owners, the aquatic plants are a natural and important part of the lake ecology. Emergent vegetation is a form of habitat and removal of such plants can have negative effects on fish, wildlife, and water quality.

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