|Hope for Coastal Habitats|
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"Hope for Coastal Habitats" gives an overview of the plight of America's coasts as we enter the second decade of the 21st century, sets out historic trends, and profiles successful and promising restoration projects in a variety of different watershed ecosystems. It also tells compelling human interest stories about individuals and small groups who made a big differences in their own regions despite obstacles in their path, including a retired naval officer who is saving the famed Lynnhaven oysters in Virginia, two idealistic young men who saved a coastal prairie between Chicago and Milwaukee over a 40-year period, and neighborhood activists outside Seattle who restored salmon runs through their neighborhood by replacing a culvert that had blocked migrations for decades.
7th National Summit on Coastal and Estuarine Restoration
November 1-6, 2014
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