By Lisa A. Lewis
When Lisa Marie Ghezzi describes the living shoreline that was installed in 2009 on the waterfront property that she owns with her husband, Keith, she fondly refers to it as an important structure that supports the ecosystem and serves as habitat for a vast array of wildlife. The completed project represents an enduring symbol of the couple’s decision to beautify the landscape of their home. The property, which is located in Easton, consists of 1,000 linear feet of shoreline, three coves, and is a haven for wildlife. An animal lover’s paradise, it’s not uncommon to see rabbits darting to and fro, red foxes roaming the fields, and turtles basking in the sun. The Ghezzi’s property is also a veritable sanctuary for several species of birds, including ducks and osprey as well as smaller birds, such as American goldfinches and Eastern bluebirds.
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