Our next phase of work in the park will build on the success of the post-Sand tidal reconnection and bridge installation project completed by Save the Sound and the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (OPRHP) at the park in the fall of 2013. Using a design managed by Save the Sound, OPRHP replaced two deteriorated culverts washed out by Storm Sandy with an open channel pedestrian bridge. That returned natural tidal flow to 132 acres of deteriorated salt marsh.