Record high Lake Michigan water levels in 2020 contributed to the erosion of the property’s bluff toe. This erosion directly contributed to the initial slope movement breaking the underground drain connections. The resultant soil saturation caused a secondary failure of the bluff. The initial steps included drainage evaluation and repair while applying and obtaining revetment permits (being cognizant of the significant lead times required). Upon installation of the revetment, the slope is regraded and seeded with fast growing native plantings specifically selected to add stability.