There’s not much beach left during high tide at the Cape May Cove Beach. That will be changing, as the area will be the subject of dredging and beach replenishment over the winter. The Cape May County Herald reports that a contract has been awarded for over 300,000 cubic yards of sand to be placed on the beaches of Lower Cape May Meadows in three locations, from Cape May Point to the Cove Beach. The NJ Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will determine if the Cove will get an additional 30,000 cubic yards of sand. The project will take 40 working days and is scheduled to be completed by mid-March 2013.