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A shoreline buffer can be as beautiful as a perennial garden. Steve Hall planted this one years ago on his property on Boulder Lake. The roots trap runoff from his home up the hillside and keep the ground firm from the wave action pounding the shore. (Sarah Smith / Enterprise)

Larger plants key to protecting shore impact zone

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Rectifying the effect of continued development on the region's lakes isn't about playing the blame game.

It's about grabbing a shovel and digging in.

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

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