Monday, June 29, 2009

Efforts to Protect Pelican Lake

Pelican Lake Property Owners Association and the Minnesota Elks are partnering to restore the border shoreline of the Minnesota Elks Camp. The restoration will compliment the existing natural landscape of the camp and serve as an important demonstration site on the lake.

The sugar sand beaches are a recreational attraction on the shores Pelican Lake, a premier Minnesota vacation spot.

Many of the lake residents till or otherwise maintain a sandy shoreline up to a manicured lawn. The lake association has actively promoted shoreline restoration with limited success to the homeowners on the lake. The Elks Camp site will provide a very visible example of a quality shoreline restoration project and demonstrate how native plants can create a nice buffer around a sandy beach area and protect water quality.

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