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Chafee NWR salt marsh restoration USFWS

“When you’re looking at resiliency of the marsh, or a way that the marsh can protect people that live adjacent to the marsh, having a marsh there is good because it can slow down waves that would be heading towards homes and it’ll be a place that can absorb water,” explains White. Credit: Steve Droter.

“When you’re looking at resiliency of the marsh, or a way that the marsh can protect people that live adjacent to the marsh, having a marsh there is good because it can slow down waves that would be heading towards homes and it’ll be a place that can absorb water,” explains White. Credit: Steve Droter.

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