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Selma to cut ribbon on Selma landing renovation, transient dock replacement and tournament pavilion

On Tuesday, a partnership of conservation groups, state agencies and private partners will hold a ribbon cutting on a new boat launch, transient docks, and a tournament pavilion in Selma.

This project was accomplished through a partnership that includes the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR), Innovate Alabama, the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), the Alabama Wildlife Federation (AWF), B.A.S.S., Alabama Power, the Alabama Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils (ALA-TOM RC&D Councils), and the City of Selma.

The Selma Landing has been inoperable due to siltation build-up in the landing basin. Boats could not get in and out of the landing as a result. Funds provided through the many partners were used to remove the silt from the basin and install new floating docks.


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