Last time I looked into it, they were trying to make it a National Scenic Byway. At least the giant condo fizzled out so we don't have to stare at that thing. A guy that I did a little work for used to take a 40' shrimp boat down conway creek and out choco to the river. You about can't do that in a inner tube with a cooler of cold snacks any more. And that was only 35 years ago or so....... The demolition of the causeway would help tremendously. I have long thought of doing a sedimentation study on a few of the bays. Many have so little tidal flow now that deposition is for the most part organic in nature. There are very few places in the isolated middle bays that are effected by deposition from the estuarine system because the velocity of the depositional waters is too slow to move a large amount of sand size particles, we get the suspended silts and clays that will move in and out with the tides, but to my knowledge no one has studied in depth, the depositional sequence in these bays. Would be a fun project, I may look into it.