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‘Living shorelines’ use oyster shells and marsh grass to reverse coastal erosion

While homeowners often rely on expensive seawalls and bulkheads to slow the erosion, a growing number are building “living shorelines,” which can reverse its effects.

40+ Years of Wetland Restoration in the San Francisco Bay, Coastal Conservancy

The evolution of tidal wetland restoration approaches in SF Bay, illustrated by specific projects, such as Sonoma Baylands, the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project, and Lower Walnut Creek and...

A Cape Cod Rain Garden

Everyone should have a rain garden! Here’s a short presentation by Kristin Andres, associate director for education at the Association to Preserve Cape Cod, about the value rain gardens and how...

A Race Against Time Documentary

This program documents the effort to restore and monitor the Delaware Bay beaches which suffered severe erosion from Super Storm Sandy in 2012. The video was shot between March and July of 2013. This...

A River Reborn: Restoring Salmon Habitat Along the Duwamish River, NOAA Fisheries

Just south of Seattle, the Boeing Company has created the largest habitat restoration project on the Lower Duwamish River. Boeing worked with NOAA and their partners under a Natural Resource Damage...

A Tour of Living Shorelines in Delaware

Throughout this map, you will find information on living shorelines that have been installed in Delaware.

Adopt a Tree, Miami-Dade County

The program provides homeowners with two free trees every year. More than 200,000 trees have been adopted since the program began in 2001.

Alamance Community College Innovative Stormwater Management, Piedmont Conservation Council, NC

This stormwater management project includes two major components: bioretention areas in parking lot islands and rainwater harvesting from a shop building to irrigate a greenhouse. The two...

Alaska’s Environmentally Threatened Communities

144 communities in Alaska are threatened by flooding, erosion, and permafrost degradation. The Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys tracks data and tools for decision making.

Anacostia/West Chesapeake Project, Maryland Department of Natural Resources

This project improved water quality and habitat in heavily developed areas. Partners planted over 50 acres of urban riparian forest buffers, located sites for stream restoration projects, made...

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