Amezing Facts About Glass Beach, Fort Bragg, CA

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Glass Beach is in McCrericher State Park near Fort Bragg, California

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This beach was originally a dump site where residents dumped glass bottles, equipment

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Changes in sea glass - over time, the constant pounding of the waves broke the gla

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Three Glass Beaches - Fort Bragg has three sections of Glass Beach, popularly known as Glass Beaches 1, 2, and 3.

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Conservation of sea glass - collecting sea glass from Glass Beach is now prohibited in order to preserve the natural beauty of the beach

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Natural Process - The transformation of discarded glass into sea glass is a result of nature's process.

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Restoration efforts - In recent years, efforts have been made to remove large debris from Glass Beach.

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Coastal Erosion - As the old dump remains, beach glass supply is replenished by coastal erosion

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Tourist attraction - Glass Beach has become a popular tourist destination, attracting tourists from all over the world

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When you plan your visit, remember to respect and enjoy the beach's conservation effort

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