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Reduces cost by coordinating planning and restoration efforts in the estuary. Also reduces cost by utilizing the habitat as a backdrop for the park.
Passive recreational developed in concert with restoration, natural and cultural history interpretation.
This is the most appropriate site for access to the restored habitat
It provides an ideal sit e for interpretation of the rich history and the evidence of the history that is sure to be unearthed during the restoration of the site.
Benefits have already been realized in this year’s restoration efforts. Coordination started in an attempt to integrate this project with habitat projects identified gaps in planning.