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Coastal Management - End_Land_Planning

Coastal Management

 

Estuarine Shoreline Stabilization Stabilization Method Selection Key

Land Planning

Land planning is designing your property around existing conditions and possible erosion. This includes uses the land as it exists without construction of shoreline stabilization methods. The most common practices associated with land planning include setbacks and buffers. Land planning allows wetland vegetation to migrate with sea level rise. This method also maintains a natural shoreline, is an environmentally friendly and low cost option, and requires no permit.

 

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