Malibu Living Shoreline Project Implementation and Monitoring Plan May 2020


Implementation and Monitoring for the Malibu Living Shoreline Project, which aims to restore approximately three acres of sandy coastal habitats located on the beaches of Malibu by utilizing existing sediments to transform a portion of the current beach into a sustainable coastal strand and foredune habitat complex resilient to sea level rise. As an alternative to traditional hardscaping options, this project will evaluate a living, restored shoreline with a diverse wildlife community as an alternate approach to combat climate change.


By Karina Johnston and Chris Enyart of The Bay Foundation



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