Southeast Coast Saltwater Paddling Trail Conveys the Beauty of Conservation Partnerships [Feature]

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If you've ever had the notion to paddle an unbroken marsh and river trail that meanders for hundreds of miles down America's picturesque Southeast coast, check out the recently launched Southeast Coast Saltwater Paddling Trail (SECT) website. This new online resource provides maps and guidance for a 760-mile trail that extends from Virginia through the Carolinas and down into Georgia, and passes through several National Estuarine Research Reserves along the way.

NOAA's Coastal Zone Management Program, overseen by the NOS Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management (OCRM), provided funding assistance for the website, and, together with numerous partners, has played an important role in preserving scenic and pristine areas for paddlers and other recreationists to enjoy.

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