Our Top 4 Shoreline Erosion, Restoration & Prevention Articles
It may take years for your shoreline to erode away or it could happen in a matter of weeks. No matter the situation, shoreline erosion is an undesirable and often dangerous site with unpleasant side effects. Take a look at some of our most popular articles about shoreline erosion control, its many causes, and the most effective professional solutions for restoration and stabilization:
1. Bioengineered Living Shorelines: Innovation In Erosion Control
Bioengineered shorelines are a modern solution for an age-old problem – one that has only gotten worse as urban development increases. Shoreline erosion and sedimentation can occur as a result of a number of factors, including uninhibited stormwater runoff, persistent recreation, or careless landscaping. Get the lowdown on one of the newest and most effective solutions available to stakeholders and consider if it’s the right option for you. Read more.
2. Case Study: Shoreline Restoration at Recreational Lake
See how SOLitude transformed the eroded and dangerous lake banks of a premier sporting community in lowcountry, SC into a beneficial living shoreline. In just over a week, the team reestablished stability and beauty that matched the expectations of this high-end community. As a result, fishing, horseback riding, and other recreational activities in the area have resumed and will be able to safely continue for many years to come! Read more.
3. Case Study: Shoreline Restoration With SOX Erosion Control
Battling poison cottonmouth moccasins and 70-degree slopes, our team was able to restore 1,850 ft of shoreline to a Florida Keys community. In this detailed case study, learn how we accomplished a difficult erosion control project that allowed residents to regain six feet of their backyard shorelines, helping to improve property values and enhance the reputation of the community. Read more.
4. Case Study: Restoring a Community Shoreline with SOX
A Tampa, FL community had long experienced erosion problems around the five ponds located on their property. The waterbodies were relied on for stormwater collection, but over time runoff had degraded the shorelines and reduced the depth and volume necessary to keep the ponds functional. The SOLitude team utilized a combination of bioengineered shoreline technology and dredging to help restore the ponds to their original form and function. Read more.