FEMA money will help restore erosion at Navarre Beach Pensacola News Journal Santa Rosa County has received notification that the Federal Emergency Management Agency will provide up to $1.76 million that will be used to renourish four miles of...
2730 kilomètres de plages, des petites criques, de landes, de falaises… La côte bretonne fait l'objet de très fortes convoitises. Un port ici, une usine de dessalement là, une grande surface un peu plus loin : les projets ne manquent pas.
>>>> Ah bon ? On ne dit pas les Betons habitent la Betagne ?
An erosion control project that sought to protect some of the multi-million dollar properties along Nantucket's eastern shoreline was denied Thursday night by the Conservation Commission.
By Jason Graziadei I&M Senior Writer
(Oct. 11, 2012 ) The Sconset Beach Preservation Fund has again been denied in its bid for an erosion-control project along Nantucket’s eastern shoreline.
For the second time this year, the Conservation Commission last Thursday rejected the SBPF’s proposal to install a system of rock-filled baskets and marine mattresses, covered by sacrificial sand, on public property below Baxter Road to halt the erosion of the Sconset bluff.
After weeks of hearings and an extensive review of conflicting reports and data compiled by consultants on both sides of the controversial effort, the seven-member Conservation Commission voted 4-3 to deny the SBPF’s permit application.
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The talk turned first to erosion. Coast Guard Beach looks more like a garden covered in peat moss at high tide than a beach in places. The general feeling was we are going to have to get used to a changing beach profile, this ...
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