Lakeland Report #12, “Greenbelts: A Circle of Protection for Inland Lakes”

This report reviews basic standards for establishing and maintaining greenbelts, explains how greenbelts work to protect water quality, and recommended ground covers, shrubs, and trees are best in a greenbelt.

This report reviews basic standards for establishing and maintaining greenbelts, explains how greenbelts work to protect water quality, and recommended ground covers, shrubs, and trees are best in a greenbelt.

The Lakeland Report #12 report is outdated, but is still referenced by many zoning ordinances. It also lists some plants which are invasive species. Here are two more current sources of information, but unfortunately they are not specific enough for use to adopt by reference for ordinance/regulation purposes:

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