Sweet, Fleeting Season
In summer, Camp Ellis moves at its own carefree pace. But beneath the sultry calm, the beach enclave is waging a desperate battle with rising seas. Saco's title as the town with the most erosive coastline in Maine is the result of a poorly designed jetty, and sand gobbling storms. Residents fear the impending loss of more of their beloved beach, homes and streets as the Army Corps of Engineers tries to devise a strategy to combat the problems.
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Wright, Virginia M. and Wilson, Michael D. Photographer, "Sweet, Fleeting Season" (2018). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 5008.