To further improve and protect Moody Lake’s water quality, the CLFLWD has partnered with several researchers from the University of Minnesota to implement a native aquatic plant transplanting research project.
Model shorelines are exemplary shorelines that are left in, or restored to, a natural state. Natural shorelines help filter out pollutants like phosphorous, nitrogen, and chloride while preventing erosion and
Native shorelines provide critical habitat for wildlife while intercepting and filtering stormwater runoff. Adding trees to native shorelines increases the ecological benefits exponentially. How can trees help my shoreline? Trees
Native plant diversity in your landscape creates refuge for birds, pollinators, fish, and other beneficial wildlife. Maintaining a healthy landscape gives aesthetic and monetary benefits beyond wildlife to your neighbors,
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