“Vegetated shores remain the best defense and management strategy to protect shorelines from ice push damage.”

Ice heaving, ice jacking or ice push are all names for the same, fairly common winter event on Vermont lakeshores. And, mild winters, like this past one in 2016, with low snow coverage combined with frequent freeze/thaw events can cause some of the more severe ice damage along shorelands. Sheets of ice pushing and expanding […]

via Mild Winter Leaves Unwanted Surprises for Shorelands Owners – Ice Berms! — Flow

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