For 80 years, the Alaskan Way seawall was like most: a smooth, vertical slab of concrete that held back the sea for the city’s bustling waterfront. It also locked away miles of gradually sloping beaches where young salmon thrive, and sealed the fate of salmon habitat. Until now.
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