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Restore your Shore workshop July 18




If you live near a lake and noticed more and more of your shoreline disappear each year, you can help stop erosion, and protect local water quality!


The Prior Lake-Spring Lake Watershed District (PLSLWD) and the Scott Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) are teaming up to host a free, introductory workshop on the basics of shoreline restoration and native shoreline plantings.


Thursday, July 18

6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.


Spring Lake Township Hall

 


The workshop is an opportunity to learn how to protect and stabilize the area between your lawn and the lake. The course will include great introductory information for lakeshore homeowners and give the resources needed to begin restoration projects. Resources will include free technical assistance to design your project, suppliers of equipment and native plants, and take-home information for your reference.


The workshop will include:

  • The importance of protecting shorelines

  • How to prevent disappearing shorelines

  • Ways to repair erosion damage

  • Plant mixes for adding beneficial pollinator habitat

  • Financial and technical assistance available

  • And more!


Information will be presented by Scott SWCD and PLSLWD Natural Resource Specialists.


Free technical assistance is always available to help design your shoreline project. Financial assistance for materials and installation may also be available! 


The workshop is free, but registration is requested. Register on the Scott SWCD's registration page or by calling Shelby Roberts at the Scott SWCD office at 952-492-5448.




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