Clean Water - Itís Vital
Protecting lakes and streams is one of the
most vital components to the sustainability
movement because clean water is vital to our
survival. Waterways can be affected by a
variety of phenomenon including erosion,
rapid and polluted water entering lakes
and streams, or soil instability.
Shoreline restoration is the reestablishment
or improvement of impaired land along our
waterways. This may be accomplished through
removal of non-native shoreline plants,
revegetation, regrading, erosion protection
and removal of intrusive shoreline structures.
The various goals of a lake or stream
restoration project will dictate which
bioengineering methods are employed but
include improving water quality, replanting
with native plants, controlling erosion
problems, filtering water runoff and
restoring native habitat.
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