Looking to do shoreline restoration on your property? 

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Shoreline restoration is the process of installing native plant species on the edge of a waterway (stream, river, lake, etc).

Some benefits of shoreline restoration with native plant species include:

  1. Control shoreline erosion.
  2. Protect water quality by intercepting and filtering nutrients and pollution.
  3. Provide food, and shelter, for fish, birds, pollinators and other wildlife.
  4. Can reduce flooding.


Check out the shoreline restoration projects Rock River Coalition has collaborated on…. 

Creekside restoration in Watertown, WI.
More about this project…. 

Volunteers planting around the lake's edge at the Governor's Mansion in Madison, WI

Lakeside restoration at the Governor’s Executive Residence in Madison, WI.
More about this project…