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Lake Puckaway’s Shoreland Restoration Project
Lake Puckaway, located in Green Lake County Wisconsin, has recently received over 5,000 plants that have been installed at eight locations along 1,000 feet of shoreline. This is part of a shoreland restoration program which will promote the establishment of natural vegetation buffers. The native plants will offer cover and food for songbirds and other wildlife, while deterring Canada geese from using adjacent lawns.

The plants are doing well especially with the current lower lake levels which are giving the plants a head start to growth. These plants have deep roots which will help hold the soil, preventing or slowing erosion. They will also filter sediments and nutrients that can cloud the water and cause algal blooms.

 
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