As sea-level rise threatens Marin’s shorelines, the county is searching for nature-based solutions. A promising set of projects known as living shorelines could soon fortify the shores of Tomales Bay, protecting habitats and businesses from floods and improving public access to the water. In a study announced this week, the county’s Community Development Agency identified two . . .

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