With funding from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)'s Coastal Resilience Networks (CRest) Program, CRSSA has teamed with The Nature Conservancy, Stevens Institute of Technology and a number of local partners to develop the Restoration Explorer. This tool is part of Coastal Resilience, an online decision support tool hosted by The Nature Conservancy, that provides communities with a simple way to visualize where beneficial coastal restoration and enhancements projects are most appropriate based on ecological and engineering data.
This short video illustrates how the Restoration Explorer can be used to examine which living shoreline techniques are most appropriate in a particular location. It features the work that Barnegat Bay Partnership is doing with Tuckerton to stabilize an area of shoreline along the bay front.
Link to the video: http://coastalresilience.org/identifying-living-shorelines/