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Sandy caused large holes in the top and sides of wildlife drive, which has been closed since October.
Credit: Don Freiday/USFWS


2,000 loads of fill help repair wildlife drive at E.B. Forsythe Refuge


Construction has begun at Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge in New Jersey, to repair the extensive damages that occurred to the refuge’s popular wildlife drive during Hurricane Sandy. Approximately 2,000 dump truck loads of fill will be required to repair the damage from the superstorm. The Federal Highway Administration is funding the work through the emergency relief to federally owned roads program. Construction is projected to take several months, but the drive is expected to be open for visitors this spring.

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E.B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge website
Photos of Hurricane Sandy damage



Published on: Tuesday, January 15,2013


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