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Nature-Based Shoreline Approaches in Cold Climates
July 13, 2022 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
NOAA’s Coastal Resilience Grants are helping communities interested in increasing resilience to sea level rise, erosion, and flood events. This free webinar is part of a series designed to share lessons learned from these projects. REGISTER HERE
Nature-based shoreline approaches are more prevalent in the Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, and Gulf regions, but this is changing for many Great Lakes and New England communities. As these areas are starting to use these approaches more frequently, they can benefit from discussions about the techniques and performance in colder climate regions.
This webinar focuses on how cold climate regions are advancing the science and use of nature-based shoreline approaches. Learn about two projects that 1) identified Great Lakes nature-based shoreline techniques and considerations; and 2) conducted monitoring to provide a greater understanding of the effectiveness, impacts, benefits, and limitations of living shoreline approaches in New England. Both projects will share local examples and resources.
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