State hopes new Army Corps program results in $196 million in restoration projects
The state Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority is hoping a provision tucked in a federal water resources project authorization bill could result in the Army Corps of Engineers spending as much as $196 million to use material dredged from navigation channels to build five new wetland restoration projects.
Good article if you have interest in environmental stuff like this, I do.
What gets me is the amount of money these projects take to complete, maybe I'm just getting old, but isn't $200 million still a lot of money to more or less operate a pump?
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