Shoreline restoration will help to protect water quality, provide a habitat for wildlife and create an appealing, natural setting to enjoy.
As years pass and property or development improvements begin to infringe on the natural shoreline, many property owners are choosing shoreline restoration to improve upon their property.
While shoreline restoration has obvious visually appealing results, the process actually has an even more important outcome.
The natural shoreline acts as a bridge between the aquatic and land-based ecosystems where property meets the water.
Depending on your actual shoreline, shoreline restoration can be started with boulder placement to act as a means of preventing runoff into the water and can also be extended to include a natural area of native plants.