Another Step Toward Restoration
On September 28-29, 2015, National Park Service (NPS) and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (COE) officials met to begin the design of the restoration of Dyke Marsh under a NPS-COE interagency agreement. Officials estimate the design phase will take at least 12 months.
The Baltimore Corps posted some information and terrific pictures of Dyke Marsh on their Facebook page. In their photo at left, COE and NPS officials toured Dyke Marsh by boat. At right, a view of Dyke Marsh at Pipeline Bay looking east.
The Friends of Dyke Marsh commend NPS and COE for getting the design work underway. See our Restoration page for more information, a history and why restoration is important.