A project that restored 21 acres of sand dunes and aquatic habitat at Chicago’s 63rd Street Beach transformed a barren, trash-strewn stretch of Lake Michigan coastline into a more natural area that is popular with birds and beach-goers. The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative provided funding to reduce polluted stormwater runoff at the beach. Read more here.
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