The yellow school busses pull into the parking lot at Charles E. Cessna Landing in Walton County. Brakes hiss and doors squeal open and the excited chatter of children goes from muted to a dull roar. Third grade students from Butler Elementary School leap to the ground, making a bee-line toward their teachers, who herd them together to receive their instructions. All year they have raised smooth cordgrass plants in their school nursery; now, these 200 students will have a chance to build their very own living shoreline.
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