Tips To Restore Your Shoreline and Prevent Erosion
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Wednesday, January 27 @ 2:00pm (EDT)
Shoreline erosion is an unfortunate yet unavoidable reality for lake and pond owners. The rate at which erosion occurs can differ from waterbody to waterbody, but the threat of receding banks, steep drop-offs, and muck buildup always looms. Erosion is influenced by many natural factors and human activities. Over time, compounding problems can negatively impact the rest of your property by damaging stormwater equipment, increasing flooding, encouraging toxic algae growth, endangering visitors, reducing property values, and triggering unexpected expenses (not to mention potential lawsuits!).Join our experts to learn more about these risks and the top solutions to remediate dangerous erosion. Their professional insights will provide a foundation of knowledge to strategically tackle this common challenge and gain peace of mind for years to come.
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Meet Your Experts:
Nick VilesErosion Control Specialist and Business Development Consultant
Nick Viles is an Aquatic Specialist and Business Development Consultant who enjoys educating stakeholders about the benefits of proactive lake and pond management. Many of his conversations center around shoreline erosion, one of the most common challenges that lake and pond owners face. He works closely with them to create a customized approach for shoreline restoration and preventive maintenance that aligns with their goals and budget.
Josh McGarryMaster Naturalist and Regional Sales Manager
Josh McGarry is an Aquatic Specialist and Regional Sales Manager with a notable expertise in shoreline management. Josh is well versed in the challenges that property owners face and the correlating link between chronic erosion and poor water quality. He regularly works with clients to restore shoreline health and beauty with top innovations like SOX Solutions and effective techniques aimed at preserving aquatic ecosystems for years to come.
Amanda MahaneyAquatic Biologist
Amanda Mahaney is an Aquatic Biologist who specializes in the management of healthy lakes and stormwater ponds, starting from outside of the water. She is experienced in identifying shoreline erosion and developing comprehensive stabilization solutions. Her knowledge of regional aquatic plants is extensive, allowing her to help stakeholders everywhere choose beneficial buffer species that are best for their shorelines.