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  • An aerial tour of Hunting Island

    State park officials had already planned a beach restoration project before the arrival of Hurricane Matthew. Now the amount of sand needed has almost doubled. Engineers plan to pump up to 1.2 million cubic yards of sand onto Hunting Island’s shoreline which includes building up to four new groins.

An aerial tour of Hunting Island

State park officials had already planned a beach restoration project before the arrival of Hurricane Matthew. Now the amount of sand needed has almost doubled. Engineers plan to pump up to 1.2 million cubic yards of sand onto Hunting Island’s shoreline which includes building up to four new groins.
Daniel Heidtke 843 Aerial