Later this summer, conservationists in Wisconsin will introduce a new tool to help lakefront property owners prevent erosion on their shorelines. Shoreline erosion is bad for water quality in Northwoods lakes, not to mention eating away at the property of people who live there. Conservationists are putting the finishing touches on a new tool to help property owners reduce erosion. “The colleague of mine asked, hey does anyone have a pamphlet, something I can show people when I’m talking about...
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