Muddy River Restoration A Response To Climate Change

WBUR: Though Boston was largely spared by Hurricane Sandy, a new study says if the storm had hit at high tide, 6 percent of the city would have been flooded. One of the most vulnerable flood areas in the city is along the Muddy River in the Fenway. After nearly two decades of planning and negotiations, city, state and federal agencies are now beginning a project aimed at protecting the city from flooding by restoring the Muddy River to its original state. You might be familiar with the jug handle,......

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