Before Dec. 12, trees and shrubs stabilized the floodplain and bank of Wolf River Harbor
from point #1 to point #2 -- a 3,658-foot stretch.
They lined the harbor bank, providing a gentle beautiful walking path and some shade in the summer and a natural habitat for fish and birds, especially migratory birds and butterflies.
The trees and shrubs were clear-cut without plan review or permits.
Labels: Harbor Clear-cut