Now a popular spot for walking and going to the beach, area around Tisbury Great Pond was used for World War II bombing practice. Jeanna Shepard

Thursday, September 28, 2017

The Army Corps of Engineers was on site at Long Point Wildlife Refuge this week to begin a large $8.1 million project to clear World War II munitions from the area around Tisbury Great Pond. The project includes clearing part of the dune on the barrier beach as well as diving into the ocean to look for buried munitions there.

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