12/1/10

In the news: Shoreline future could use input

From the Post-Tribune:
How can the National Park Service protect the shoreline of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore for the next two decades?

How can park managers keep out Asian carp and invasive plants? How could water quality be improved? Should the park work harder on getting communities to reduce combined sewer overflows? And do you have an idea for a long-term solution to the problem of sand moving away from the beaches east of Michigan City that's better than paying to replenish the sand every several years?

Now's the time to voice your ideas and concerns. The National Park Service is collecting public comments before putting together a draft plan to address those issues for the next 15-20 years. Read more.

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