Grazing is the easiest way to maintain coastal meadows. Extensive grazing is the best method for the restoration of the slightly overgrown communities. If the meadow has been overgrown by junipers, then grazing sheep is most effective during first years. Unlike cattle, sheep eat the saplings of junipers and restrict bigger bushes. However, grazing is not enough if junipers are very dense, in that case one must think about cutting the bushes. If the coast has overgrown with reeds, the old reeds should be mown at first and in the next spring animals should be grazed on the mown territory. Young reeds are a good feed for cattle. In addition, the domination of reeds is limited because cattle demolish the rhizome of the reeds by trampling.