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    Default Cocoa Beach Volunteers Plant Sea Oats to Prevent Beach Erosion

    Krystel Knowles
    Feb. 09, 2019

    COCOA BEACH, Fla. — Brevard County residents are once again teaming up with the Surfrider Foundation to help protect their area beaches from erosion ahead of hurricane and turtle nesting seasons.


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    Default Re: Cocoa Beach Volunteers Plant Sea Oats to Prevent Beach Erosion

    This subject was just now brought to my attention on this morning's ABC TV news, but the only recent published article I could find is dated from last February 2019.

    I'm always fascinated by the thought and idea of growing edible crops in brackish, brine, sea water, provided of course, that harvesting and cutting those sea oats doesn't contribute to coastal erosion and environmental damage:

    http://www.eattheweeds.com/uniola-pa...ur-sea-oats-2/

    https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/orn...oats-grass.htm
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