Shore Friendly event encourages shoreline bulkhead removal

Shore Friendly event encourages shoreline bulkhead removal

Shore Friendly Kitsap is offering a free event next weekend, July 24 and 25, for shoreline property owners in Kitsap County to get a site assessment from professional geologists for those interested in learning more about their property.

This opportunity is for participants interested in removing their shoreline bulkheads and moving toward a more natural shoreline. It also serves as an opportunity to gauge erosion risk and help owners navigate to the resources necessary to start their removal projects.

For more information visit shorefriendlykitsap.com or reach out to project manager Christina Kereki at ckereki@co.kitsap.wa.us.

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