Master of Arts (M.A.)
Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Donna Marie Bilkovic
Mattanock Town's Restoration Plan is a science-based restoration process that evaluates the site's history, the tribal history, and the most current research to maximize native habitats, enhance coastal resilience, and reconnect the Nansemond people to the local river. Restoration priorities include increasing native plant species, incorporating oyster habitat, and addressing erosion. This plan details how synthesizing existing and new physical, biological, and cultural information can help the Nansemond Indian Nation prioritize projects that benefit their community and the surrounding environment.
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McCarter Grigsby, Katlin, "Mattanock Town Restoration Plan" (2023). Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects. William & Mary. Paper 1681950289.