The Barry Conservation District, Pierce Cedar Creek Institute and Charlton Park will present a Natural Shoreline Workshop at the Park on May 18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Recreation and development along Michigan lakes can cause erosion and reduce natural habitat. Restoring natural shorelines can protect from high wave energy and erosion while promoting water quality for recreation and wildlife habitat for fisheries.
Join the Barry Conservation District and Pierce Cedar Creek Institute staff for the natural shoreline workshop to learn how to get your shoreline to work for you by designing it to protect against , maintain water quality and provide great habitat, all while looking beautiful.
Thanks to grant funding, the workshop is being offered for $10, lunch included. Space is limited so register today with David at 269-908-4099.