How clam-diggers saved an estuary

How clam-diggers saved an estuary

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Mouth of the Necanicum River, Oregon. Photo source: ©© Eric Gropp

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How decisions almost a half-century ago continue to impact our natural resources.

As a result of a stalled development in the 1960s, changes in the Necanicum River estuary, north of Seaside Oregon, remain evident today. Rocks and debris dumped in the estuary almost a half-century ago continue to litter the shoreline…

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