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Working waterfronts and the waterways that connect them define the culture and character of many of our nation’s coastal communities, large and small. Working waterfronts provide a space for water-dependent businesses to exist and support important jobs in our nation’s coastal zones, and as such represent an important component of the U.S. economy.
The Sustainable Working Waterfronts Toolkit was developed by a subcommittee of the National Working Waterfront Network with the generous financial support of the Economic Development Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The Project Team involved staff from seven partner institutions: Coastal Enterprises, Inc., Florida Sea Grant, Island Institute, Maine Sea Grant, the National Sea Grant Law Center at the University of Mississippi School of Law, the Urban Harbors Institute at the University of Massachusetts Boston, and Virginia Sea Grant. The Island Institute, Maine Sea Grant, and the National Sea Grant Law Center provided project leadership and coordination.
Coastal Enterprises, Inc.; Florida Sea Grant; Island Institute; Maine Sea Grant; National Sea Grant Law Center at the University of Mississippi School of Law; Urban Harbors Institute at the University of Massachusetts Boston; and Virginia Sea Grant, "The Sustainable Working Waterfronts Toolkit: Executive Summary" (2013). Maine Sea Grant Publications. 55.
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