Miami-Dade County has teamed up with the Nature Conservancy and engineering firm CH2M to study how much protection wetlands and mangroves east of the county’s landfill, Mt. Trashmore, provide for the nearby wastewater treatment plant against sea rise.
Miami-Dade County has teamed up with the Nature Conservancy and engineering firm CH2M to study how much protection wetlands and mangroves east of the county’s landfill, Mt. Trashmore, provide for the nearby wastewater treatment plant against sea rise. Battle Vaughan Miami Herald
Miami-Dade County has teamed up with the Nature Conservancy and engineering firm CH2M to study how much protection wetlands and mangroves east of the county’s landfill, Mt. Trashmore, provide for the nearby wastewater treatment plant against sea rise. Battle Vaughan Miami Herald

Miami-Dade turns to nature to combat sea-level rise

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