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Video: Saving the Bay Area’s Ecological Infrastructure

Parul Dubey on January 15, 2018 - in Video, Water

Public Sediment continues to advocate for a stronger and safer Bay Area by investing in local ecological infrastructure. Sediment is key to their approach to the challenge – today’s lack of sediment flowing to the Bay jeopardizes the marshes and mudflats that protect shoreline neighborhoods from sea level rise and intense flooding.  The team will work with watershed communities to unlock the sediment flows of Alameda Creek, to the Bay and will utilize the next design phase to listen and learn from the insights of local residents, help imagine design approaches that better connect upland residents to the resources of the Bay, and ensure the solutions proposed in May of 2018 reflect community needs.

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