A Place at the Table: Benefits of Beach Restoration





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Published on Jan 25, 2016

This is a video about a project Friends of the San Juans managed that removed large unnatural rock from a historic feederbluff and restored a local beach. This project is helping to “set the table” for the entire Salish Sea food chain.

Removing unnecessary armoring and restoring this beach helps ensure that forage fish have the right kind of sand/gravel mixture to lay their eggs on and plenty of shade from vegetation to protect these eggs. Forage fish are tied to so much of what we love about the San Juans – they feed salmon, whales, birds and people. Watch this video and see how we can all work together to create healthy shorelines that will help our human and natural communities thrive!

Learn more at www.sanjuans.org.

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