N.J. residents donate Christmas trees to rebuild sand dunes

02/12/2013 | Hudson Reporter (N.J.), The

Hundreds of former Christmas trees have been transported into neighborhoods in Seaside Heights, N.J., to help rebuild sand dunes that were destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. "They provide a natural beach replenishment program," says Dominick Solazzo, vice president of the Midway Condo Association. "... You are able to withstand the storm a little bit better. ... It has made a difference."

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