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by Steve Gilzow
Last November, several U-M students met to study methods for preventing riverbanks from collapsing. They cut red osier dogwood from one bank of the Huron River into short sections called “live stakes” and pounded them into a bank upstream. This spring, the stakes will sprout roots and leaves, anchoring the soil and strengthening the bank.
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