North Carolina’s Legislation on Hardened Structures Reconsidered

North Carolina’s Legislation on Hardened Structures Reconsidered

North Carolina Legislation

By Santa Aguila Foundation

North Carolina law has prohibited hardened structures on its beaches and inlets for more than two decades. A handful of private beachfront homeowners are attempting to undo the ban that has set a national example and protected these public beaches.

This documentary in The Beaches of The World series was made possible thanks to the generous contribution of Glenna Patton.

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