Elberta Beach Baby's Breath:Volunteers wield newly-donated spades, developed after a successful restoration effort on Crystal Lake
With only one workbee remaining (August 3rd) we have many people to thank! Dozens of volunteer hours have been committed to removing invasive baby's breath from Elberta Beach and ISN wants to thank everyone who participated in this summer's efforts to restore a special stretch of beach along Lake Michigan.
We also want to show extra appreciation to Bruce Baker, from Radius Garden, who donated five "Root Slayer" shovels to ISN! After tackling his own beach restoration project on Crystal Lake, in Benzie County, he developed a spade that would directly target the thick tap roots which baby's breath grows. They have been a great help!
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