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In Truro, a dying lake now overflows with life

Restoration project a boon for ecosystem

By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / August 9, 2004

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TRURO -- The salty tide once again pours into Pilgrim Lake, choking the invasive freshwater reeds that long ago replaced the shallow, marshy pond's natural inhabitants. The same briny flow has fueled the recovery of saltwater species now repopulating the lake for the first time in more than 130 years. (Full Article: 879 Words)

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