With sea level rise and erosion threatening to eat away at the sandy expanses and damage city infrastructure, Santa Monica is testing a soft intervention. In a partnership with the nonprofit Bay Foundation, three acres of the beach’s north end have been seeded with native California dune plants. Snowy plovers, an endangered species never before […]
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