Bio-engineered solution for coastal erosion protection, pt.8

Update from Woods Hole Group’s bio-engineered erosion control project at Bayswater Seaside in New Seabury, MA:  these photos depict the final anchoring of the fiber rolls at the top of the bank last week.  The project was completed shortly after our last visit, and we should have photos of the finished biodegradable erosion control installation next week.  Stay tuned!

   

For more information on this project, read our project description and updates (part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5, part 6, part 7).

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