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Money Spent Replenishing Jersey Shore’s Disappearing Beaches to Hit a Record $3B

November 5, 2023 |

Credit: Image by Pina Scussel from Pixabay

Sand dollars of a different variety keep washing in and out of the surf at the Jersey Shore.

This fall and winter, work is taking place on about $52 million in beach replenishment across five towns along New Jersey’s coastline.

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NJ SEED: The world renowned NJ beaches are essential to the state’s tourism industry. There has been a battle to save the beaches for generations as the east coast of the North American Continent continues to sink. It's a phenomenon known as subsidence - a geological fact that is perhaps even more threatening to the Jersey coast than climate change.

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