Milfoil Removal and Prevention

Eurasian milfoil is a noxious weed that infests the shorelines of lakes throughout North America.

It has a bad habit of affixing its creepy, feathery vines to the exact spot on beaches where you’d like to swim and play, and then multiplying all summer until there is no escape. It looks nasty, feels weird and prevents easy movement through the water in the first twenty yards of your shore.

As tough as it is on people, it’s even worse for the ecological balance of the lake. Milfoil forms dense mats that block the sun from reaching native plants, degrades water quality, and provides cover to predatory fish that attack salmon.

Milfoil spreads mainly through stem fragments that float to the lake floor, but is also distributed by boat bottoms and birds. For the sake of your own family as well as the health of the lake, it must be attacked and removed by qualified technicians.

Before After

Ethical Lakebed Weeding

We have a decade of experience in removing milfoil in an ethical, swift, proprietary fashion – with no herbicides or dredging.

After you call for help, our Milfoil King unit assigns a customer service rep to visit your property in person or study it on a satellite map. You receive a clear estimate to approve, and a firm time slot.

On the day of our visit, we deploy an expert team of divers to remove the underwater weeds by hand, restoring shorelines’ natural beauty. We then rake your sand to leave it looking nice, post a note describing the work, and haul the vegetation away to county facilities or a biomass refinery.

Milfoil will return every summer, but we have developed a unique, biodegradable, fish-friendly LDF Bottom Barrier solution that radically slows and diminishes its progress. Click here to learn more.

Contact us for a free estimate, and join the hundreds of Northwest lakefront homeowners who have elected to enjoy their shorelines milfoil free.