(Airdate: August 4, 2021) More than 25% of Puget Sound waterfront has “hard armor” – whether it’s a concrete bulkhead, rock seawall, or wooden pilings – which create bigger erosion problems for shorelines and negatively impact a host of species from salmon and seabirds to orca whales. MaryAnn Wagner talks with Jay Krienitz and Jenna Jewett of Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife’s Estuary and Salmon Restoration Program about an innovative program they manage called Shore Friendly. At Shore Friendly, they educate shoreline landowners on ways to remove hard armor, reduce erosion on their land and ultimately, restore natural shoreline habitats around the Sound.
Restoring our Shorelines
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