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Making Every Drop Count

by Amara Holstein

April 29, 2011

From the lush tropical shores of Maui to the sublime white sand beaches of Florida to the harbors and seawalls of Massachusetts, there are thousands of miles of incredibly diverse coastline in the United States—6,053 miles of it in the lower forty-eight states, to be exact (an additional 750 miles in Hawaii and 5,580 miles in Alaska). “Each coastal area is so different, but each is so unique and beautiful, we’ve got to protect them,” says Alexis Henry, communications manager of the Surfrider Foundation.


 

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