“Protect What You Love” video series highlights benefits of ecological landscaping with native plants in maintaining healthy shorelines and waterways

Published Jan 1, 2014  |  This is video #1 in the “Protecting What You Love” video series produced by Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council. This video focuses on the benefits of bioengineering techniques to create natural shorelines verses hard armoring (seawalls).

This is video #2 in the “Protecting What You Love” video series produced by Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council. This video focuses on the benefits of greenbelts and the use of native plants in your waterfront landscaping to protect our lakes, rivers, and streams.

This is video #3 in the “Protecting What You Love” video series produced by Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council. This video focuses on the benefits of using native plants in your waterfront landscaping.

For more information, visit watershedcouncil.org.

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