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Soil Erosion on Shoreline

The State of Michigan’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) in an overview article of Part 91* indicates that:
 
“A permit is generally required for any earth change activity which disturbs one or more acres of land or which is within 500 feet of a lake or stream.”
 
So any vegetation removal that changes the earth, i.e. below the surface (roots, etc), generally requires a permit.  
 
You can find more information of Part 91 at
 
*Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control of the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act.
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2022 Annual Meeting Minutes & Presentations

Here is all the information that was presented at the 2022 Annual Meeting.

2022 Annual Meeting Minutes

2022 Annual Meeting Presentation

2022 PLM Annual Meeting Presentation

2021 CLMP Data Report

2021 AuSable Institute Bear Lake Report

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Do your part and be SepticSmart!

Simple tips for homeowners:

https://www.michigan.gov/egle/0,9429,7-135–568384–,00.htm

How Your Septic System Can Impact Nearby Water Sources