Living shorelines article explores interactive workshop technique

“Living Shoreline Design Charette: A New Twist on the Charette Technique,” has been published in the October 2017 issue of the Journal of Extension. Written by Juliana Barrett, associate extension educator with Connecticut Sea Grant, along with Miriah Russo Kelly and Bruce Hyde, both assistant extension educators with the University of Connecticut’s Department of Extension, the article describes a one-day shoreline design charrette in 2016. This interactive workshop engaged a variety of stakeholders in understanding how to use this climate adaptation technique to design systems that control coastal erosion.

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