Community in fastest-eroding place on West Coast fights to save the shoreline
North Cove, Washington, has lost a school, post office, lighthouse and 60 homes to coastal erosion. Now residents think they’ve found a solution, mixing cobble with driftwood and other materials to create a barrier in hopes of preserving the land that they love.
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