The Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership (MNSP) will host its biennial Shoreline and Shallows Conference on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at the Kellogg Center at Michigan State University in East Lansing, MI. This year’s conference focuses on the impacts of moderate and high-energy waves on lake shorelines. It will also include information on lake levels, native plant communities along shorelines and healthy shorelines and fish responses. Contractors, state and local governments, educators, non-profit organizations, lake suppliers, native plant growers, landscape designers, and lakefront property owners will all benefit from attending this program.
Early bird registration is $45 ($20 for full-time students), and includes lunch, breaks, and materials. The MNSP conference is co-sponsored by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality; the Institute of Water Research, Michigan State University; the Michigan Department of Natural Resources; MSU Extension, Wildtype, and GEI Consultants.