Trump administration makes it easier to dredge protected areas to restore beaches

Trump administration makes it easier to dredge protected areas to restore beaches


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The Trump administration changed a 25-year-old policy to make it easier for coastal communities to take sand from protected ecosystems to improve their beaches.

The shift makes it cheaper for some of the wealthiest communities in the country to replenish their beachfronts…

Read Full Article; The NYT (11-07-2019)

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