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Four Reasons to Restore Your Shore

Article from the Fairmont Photo Press
Fairmont, MN
 

First and foremost, shoreland restoration protects our lakes and streams from nutrients carried in runoff. Surface nutrient reduction will reduce growth of invasive aquatic plants such as Eurasian Water Milfoil and algae as it increases water clarity.

Second, shoreland restoration can increase your property value by making your waterfront more attractive both you to and to the birds and mammals who will spend more time there while reducing any unwanted geese visitors.

 


 
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