Guiding Principles

heron wading in shoreline vegetation

You can restore your shore, improve the quality of the lakeshore resource, and still enjoy the aesthetic and recreational opportunities the lake provides. It is a matter of balance.

Our guiding principle is to seek a balance that satisfies our lakeshore lifestyle and recreational needs while providing for good habitat and water quality.

We will achieve this by:

  • Managing intact lakeshore remnants and restoring degraded lakeshore systems
  • Reestablishing native plant communities using local origin plants
  • Keeping human disturbances to a minimum

A natural shoreline management approach will enable you to restore, maintain, and preserve the natural attributes of the lakeshore for today and for the future.

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