Beach grass, dune-building, plantings

It's what's happening at Grinnell's Beach

By Tom Killin Dalglish
Posted 6/8/19

TIVERTON — Beach grass, a/k/a dune grass. It's got a job to do at Grinnell's Beach, and it's doing it.

The master plan for the rehabilitation of Tiverton's Grinnell's Beach called for the creation of two small sand dunes, a kind of coastal buffer, said Wenley Ferguson, Director of Restoration for Save the Bay.

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