Corps of Engineers dike repairs will protect 800-year-old fishing village
Photo of a U.S. Coast Guard vessel approaching the Quillayute Sea dike, in Quillayute, La Push, Washington. The dike is vital to support the Coast Guard Station Quillayute River which performs search-and-rescue operations from the marina located on the reservation, and whose responsibility covers 63 miles of the Pacific Ocean coast and extends 50 nautical miles offshore.

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Photo by: Nicole L. Celestine |  VIRIN: 230328-A-VA654-468.JPG