Clammers hit the low-tide line as they search for razor clams on the beach near Grayland State Park in 2015. A study found state beaches eroded at a record pace last year.
Clammers hit the low-tide line as they search for razor clams on the beach near Grayland State Park in 2015. A study found state beaches eroded at a record pace last year. Tony Overman Staff file, 2015
Clammers hit the low-tide line as they search for razor clams on the beach near Grayland State Park in 2015. A study found state beaches eroded at a record pace last year. Tony Overman Staff file, 2015

Where did the beach go? El Niño eroded Washington at record levels

February 14, 2017 11:56 AM

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