More work at Enighed

 The V.I. Port Authority has chosen contractors to manage mangroves in the Enighed Pond commercial port, according to the Virgin Islands Daily News.  The mangroves are valuable for their erosion–fighting characteristics.   BioImpact Inc.
of St. Croix will be hired to plant mangroves in a 6-acre area of the
Pond, at a cost of $77,665, the newspaper reported.  The Port Authority
also authorized a study to determine what can be done with the filled
land now behind dikes at the Pond including what can be done to make it
more firm.

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