Audubon files lawsuit to protect coastal areas from sand mining

Audubon files lawsuit to protect coastal areas from sand mining


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The National Audubon Society, represented by Democracy Forward, filed suit against the Trump administration to defend the Coastal Barrier Resources Act (CBRA) against Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt’s unlawful ‘Excavation Rule,’ which allows taxpayer money to be used for dredging sand from protected coastal areas…

Read Full Article, Audubon News (07-02-2020)

Audubon Challenges CBRA Sand Mining Rule; CRO (07-14-2020)
The National Audubon Society has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Interior for its rule reversal that lifts limits on where sand mined from federally protected areas may be placed and funding sources for such projects…

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