Delaware gets millions to help beaches, wetlands

Deleware Online: Three wetlands, Bombay Hook, Mispillion Harbor and the marshes near Little Creek, will be part of a $102.7 million federal initiative to build storm and sea-level-rise resilience by using green infrastructure - such as beaches and wetlands - to minimize the impact of flooding, coastal destruction and storm surge. Each of the grants, announced Monday, includes matching dollars to bring the total spending in Delaware to $11.4 million. The Delaware projects include: "¢ $4.5 million to restore......

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