A hydraulic dredge is pictured at Miller's Pond in  Port Royal Plantation. The dredge will remove sediment within the pond which  will increase stormwater capacity and reduce stress to aquatic and  wildlife habitats.
A hydraulic dredge is pictured at Miller's Pond in Port Royal Plantation. The dredge will remove sediment within the pond which will increase stormwater capacity and reduce stress to aquatic and wildlife habitats. Tom Barton, The Island Packet
A hydraulic dredge is pictured at Miller's Pond in Port Royal Plantation. The dredge will remove sediment within the pond which will increase stormwater capacity and reduce stress to aquatic and wildlife habitats. Tom Barton, The Island Packet

Pond dredging eases drainage, creates habitat, Hilton Head officials say

March 23, 2012 06:42 PM

UPDATED October 06, 2012 05:08 AM

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