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"Climate change is already creating new shorelines and habitats," explains Turner. "Established salt marsh is being eroded by a combination of rising sea levels and falling landmass and the entire littoral environment is in a state of flux. The implications for wildlife and for the flora as well as for people are challenging. Raising awareness of the past and the unfolding present of a very special location will be the task, whist living in an ethical relationship with nature and treading as lightly as possible upon the land."

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  1. Lightning November 25, 2013 at 8:30 pm

    Love this design. Very original.

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