CC Seashore Takes Advantage Of Federal Dollars

The Cape Cod National Seashore is taking in some fairly large amounts from The President's Inflation Reduction Act.

Officials say some $461 thousand dollars is going to be used to replace two failing culverts in the upper Herring River in Wellfeet.

Officials say the project will expand upon the planning efforts to restore natural habitats and to address climate change impacts.

The funding is part of some 52 million dollars that is going to National Parks throughout the country.

The Herring River provides a critical link between the Cape Cod Bay and freshwater pond spawning habitats for river herring and for American eels.

The bottom-line for the project is to improve habitat and breeding success for the river herring.

(Photo by JOSEPH PREZIOSO/AFP via Getty Images)


Photo: JOSEPH PREZIOSO / AFP / Getty Images

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