How Georgia Protected Its Salt Marsh 50 Years Ago, And Why That's Important For The Future | 90.1 FM WABE
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September 9, 20207 min read, 1459 words

How Georgia Protected Its Salt Marsh 50 Years Ago, And Why That's Important For The Future | 90.1 FM WABEHow Georgia Protected Its Salt Marsh 50 Years Ago, And Why That's Important For The Future | 90.1 FM WABE

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Published: September 9, 2020  |  7 min read, 1459 words
Listen: Part one above and part two belowGeorgia doesn’t have a very big coastline; it’s only about 100 miles. But the coast it does have is lined by salt marsh, the muddy expanse of tall grass and meandering creeks between the mainland and the barrier islands.“I don’t know that ...
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