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Vanessa Glieden Henjum, left, with the Middle Fork Crow Watershed District watches as New London Mayor Bill Gossman, center, and Chuck Joswiak with Windscapes of Inver Grove Heights fill a meshed tube with sand and gravel in front of the main viewing area in Neer Park. Meshed tubes of sand and gravel will stabilize the badly eroded bank and are designed so that natural vegetation can sprout in them. (Tribune photo by Tom Cherveny)

Aiming for a natural solution

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NEW LONDON -- Two of New London's biggest attractions have a conflict.

The Middle Fork Crow River Watershed District believes it has the natural solution.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
(320) 214-4335
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