Middle Peninsula Marshes – Living Shorelines Study

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Living shorelines and marshes in the Middle Peninsula Habitat Focus Area support more than $6.4 million each year in economic value from recreational fishing, according to a study recently published by the Virginia Institute of Marine Science in Ocean & … Continued

Colonial National Historical Park Enhances Economic Vitality in Virginia’s Historic Triangle

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In 2011, the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA) released a report which highlights the strong financial benefits provided by Colonial National Historical Park and the Historic Triangle of Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg, and Yorktown to the Commonwealth of Virginia. The report, … Continued