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DU to help restore historical New England estuary

Spanning over 1,000 acres and six miles of waterways, the Herring River, which runs through the Massachusetts towns of Wellfleet and Truro, once supported a vibrant wetland and coastal river ecosystem on the Gulf of Maine and hosted one of the most important fish runs on Outer Cape Cod. Unfortunately, construction of a dike across the mouth of the river in 1909 and other alterations to the river's hydrology effectively eliminated tidal flow, drained the salt marshes, and transformed the estuary into one of Cape Cod's most degraded natural resources.

DU partnering on historic New England estuary restoration


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