Coastal Management Supporters Working on Two Approaches to Reinstate Program

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Illustration courtesy of the State of Alaska

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Even though Alaska has thousands of miles of shoreline, it’s the only state without a coastal management program. It expired last year after the state legislature and the Parnell administration failed to reach a compromise on how much input communities should have over nearby projects on federal lands. But as KUCB’s Alexandra Gutierrez reports, supporters of coastal management are working on two separate ways to reinstate the program. Read more here.

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Illustration courtesy of the State of Alaska

Alexandra Gutierrez/KUCB

Even though Alaska has thousands of miles of shoreline, it’s the only state without a coastal management program. It expired last year after the state legislature and the Parnell administration failed to reach a compromise on how much input communities should have over nearby projects on federal lands. But as KUCB’s Alexandra Gutierrez reports, supporters of coastal management are working on two separate ways to reinstate the program. Read more here.

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