Natural Shoreline Workshop

The Muskegon River Watershed Assembly Presents a Natural Shoreline Workshop:

Want a cleaner lake? A shoreline garden reduces nutrients that grow algae.

Saturday, April 1, from 1:00 – 4:00 pm

 

Want a cleaner lake? A shoreline garden reduces nutrients that grow algae. They are easy to install and care for.
Learn how at the Free Natural Shoreline Workshop on Saturday, April 1, from 1:00 – 4:00 pm at the Betsy Cutler House of the Girl Scouts of Michigan Shore to Shore Office at 1217 E. River Road, Muskegon, Michigan. You may even win a garden installed on your property and/or free plants. To register: Contact: Pat Jarrett @ jarretp@nullferris.edu or 231-591-2334 or Register Online using the form below.

Natural shorelines: What are they?
• How Natural Shorelines protect your waterfrom algae growing nutrients
• Use of native plants in shoreline landscapes
• Design your own shoreline with native plants
• Inland lake invasive species
• Permits required for shoreline work

Workshop topics include:

If you live on Bear Lake, Bear Creek, Twin, North, West or Middle Lakes you could win:

FREE Native plants will be provided to those participating in this program.

Drawing for FREE natural shoreline installation for lucky property owners.

This program usually costs $50.00/person, however, it is offered free due to support from Delta Institute, U.S. EPA GLNPO, Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, the Community Foundation of Muskegon County and other partners.


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Workshop hosted by the Muskegon River Watershed Assembly and…

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Natural Shoreline Workshop