Rule change may threaten coastal areas

Rule change may threaten coastal areas

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Boneyard Beach, Bull Island, South Carolina. Photo source: ©© Hunter Desportes

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The U.S. Department of Interior Secretary’s reversal of a rule that limited where sand within federally restricted coastal zones may be placed is a change that environmentalists say is a step backward in protecting sensitive coastal resources…

Read Full Article, The Coastal Review Online (01-16-2020)

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