Funding Heads to Conserving Coastline

Funding Heads to Conserving Coastline

Wisconsin will be getting four-point-six million dollars to help conserve coastline habitats. 

The state Department of Administration says the money will be split between two projects.  One project in Iron County will go toward purchasing and managing more than a thousand acres of Lake Superior coastline.  The rest of the money will go toward restoring the upper part of the Valley Creek corridor and reducing future flooding risks.  About 75-million dollars will be given out nationally through the federal Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

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