Alameda Beach Restoration Kicks Off (USA)

 Alameda Beach Restoration Kicks Off

A nearly $5.7 million project to restore sandy beaches to Alameda’s shoreline kicked off yesterday.

At a cost of nearly $5.7 million, the East Bay Regional Park District will restore the beach and dune system to its 1987 footprint, and will protect the shoreline of this popular recreational beach.

During this program, approximately 82,600 cubic yards of sand will be pumped from offshore barges onto Crown Memorial State Beach and Alameda Beach.

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Press Release, October 2, 2013

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