Rising tide could threaten agriculture along Virginia’s coast

Water levels around Southeast Virginia have risen nearly 20 inches over the past century and are estimated to continue to rise. These rising tides could pose a threat to agriculture, which has always been part of Virginia’s coastal economy. reports Sam Turken.


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