18 Oct Living shoreline provides living lesson for P.E.I. property owners and watershed groups
“A shoreline protection project along the Hillsborough River in Charlottetown is giving property owners and watershed groups a better understanding of nature-based ways to deal with coastal erosion.
Organizers call it a living shoreline — because it uses native plants, hay bales and brush to reinforce the shore, rather than concrete blocks or rocks. The demonstration project near the Queen Elizabeth Hospital was built in 2021.”
To read the full CBC news article by Nancy Russell, click the link here.