Protecting Our Living Shores

The authors sketch the intricate interconnection between plants, animals, and water along Wisconsin shores. They discuss the grasses, flowers, and trees that can be planted to restore a shore to its native state, and they suggest ways to minimize the crushing effects of man on a multitude of nature’s creatures, including salamanders, muskrats, mayflies, frogs, turtles, bass, and bats. (6 pages, 2014)

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