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Attention Lake Lovers: Keep your shorelines natural for the health of your lake

These hot summer days make you want to jump in a lake! We’re lucky to be able to do that in Southwest Michigan, with easy access to more than one hundred inland lakes. If you’re lucky enough to own property on one of these lakes, you can help keep them clean and healthy for future generations. One of the easiest things you can do is keep your shoreline as natural as possible. Here are a few tips:

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