Shoreline Restoration to Finish This Month

If you visited India Point Park this past winter, you may have noticed wooden scaffolding surrounding trees in the park as well as fenced-off areas near the playground and soccer fields. According to the neighborhood group Friends of India Point Park (FIPP), the structures are part of a months-long rehabilitation of the shoreline path and seawall. Led by the Providence Parks Department and funded through a grant from the City of Providence Capital Improvement Plan, the effort has involved three restoration methods, according to a brief from FIPP. Near the playground, workers are covering the shoreline with a stone apron to protect it from erosion. At the sharp turn near the southern end of t

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