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W. Sorgen, ISA Ceritified Arborist
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Own a cottage on a lakefront. The shoreline is eroding and

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own a cottage on a lakefront. The shoreline is eroding and I want to restore it. I am afraid that some of the 100+ old trees may be slowly falling toward the eroded shoreline. How can this be done to still have the shoreline attractive (best feature of the cottage) but can stop the shoreline falling down?
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Landscaping
Expert:  Andrew Fraser replied 6 months ago.
Hello, and thank you for your question. Shore frontage is highly regulated by DEP and other regulatory entities. What distance from the water line are you talking?
Customer: replied 6 months ago.

The water is touching the eroding lakefront.

Expert:  Andrew Fraser replied 6 months ago.
What state is the property and do you have any pictures you could share?
Expert:  Andrew Fraser replied 6 months ago.
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