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Coastal Riparian Landscaping Guide

Connecticut Sea Grant

With EPA support, Connecticut Sea Grant partnered with CLEAR and University of Connecticut’s Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture to produce the web-based tool, Coastal Riparian Landscaping Guide for Long Island Sound. Based on exposure, level of protection, and property slope, landscape layouts and native coastal plants are suggested. The layouts enhance coastal resilience while maintaining water views and access. A Connecticut Sea Grant coastal planting publication serves as a complementary resource for re-planting storm-damaged landscapes (http://s.uconn.edu/1m7).

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