For more than 30 years communities around the United States have been restoring their beaches. Although some areas are relatively new to the process, others have a long history of successful replenishment projects. In many cases, the restoration process is so well established that beach enthusiasts are not even aware they are enjoying a restored beach! This often occurs when a community has a large seasonal population and the beach restoration occurs when seasonal residents are not there to see it.
The American Shore and Beach Preservation Association also recognizes individuals and coastal projects each year with a number of other special awards:
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The American Shore & Beach Preservation Association does not unlawfully discriminate internally (in its administrative and program operations) or externally (in provision of services) on the basis of race, political orientation, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ethnicity, ancestry, marital status, veteran status, or mental or physical disability or any other status prohibited by applicable law.
To speak to the Civil Rights Coordinator for ASBPA, please contact Brad and Leslie Pickel, ASBPA Managing Directors at firstname.lastname@example.org.