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Cornell_Dubilier Headgates Dam shown from downstream facing west bank

Cornell-Dubilier Final Restoration Plan Includes Dam Removals, Habitat Restoration, Recreation: 20 Projects in Total

Industrial facilities line the Lower Passaic River.

Restoration Plan Calls for New Riverfront Park Project Along the Lower Passaic River

Aerial view of a culvert replacement on Crooked Creek on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula

Restoring Rivers to Reverse Impacts from Pollution

Three small fish in a tank,

Two Draft Study Plans for Fish at Diamond Alkali Superfund Site in New Jersey Released

Headgates Dam shown from downstream facing west bank

Cornell-Dubilier Superfund Site Trustees Release a Draft Assessment and Restoration Plan for Public Comment

Scientific illustration of a white perch fish.

Draft Study Plan for Fish Injuries at Diamond Alkali Site in New Jersey Released

A white crane wades in the Passaic River in New Jersey. Chemical tanks line the shore behind it.

Draft Restoration Plan Released, Proposing Riverfront Park Project Along the Lower Passaic River

Heavy machinery excavates near where the Delaware River converges with the Cooper River

$700,000 Approved to Support New Jersey Habitat Restoration and Public Access Project

Aerial view of the Cramer Hill Park habitat and recreation restoration site. Photo: State of New Jersey

Draft Amendment to the Presidente Rivera 1996 Restoration Plan Released for Public Comment

Recreational anglers fish off a boat in the Brandywine River. Credit TCDavis.

Athos Oil Spill Trustees Approve Delaware Boat Ramp Project

Woman in construction hat in foreground with river, bird, and industrial buildings in the background.

Two Draft Study Plans for Fish and Birds at Diamond Alkali Site in New Jersey Released

Woman in a vest and hard hat stands at the edge of a river with industrial site in background.

Final Natural Resource Damage Assessment Plan for Diamond Alkali Site in New Jersey Released

An angler casts from a boat on the Brandywine River, near a proposed boat ramp project in Wilmington, Delaware.

Athos Oil Spill Trustees Seek Comments on Proposed Delaware Boat Ramp Project Replacement

A hydrographic survey launch from the NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson in New York Harbor. Image credit:NOAA

Spotlight on the Northeast: The Hudson-Raritan Estuary, an Urban Ecosystem on the Rebound

As part of the proposed restoration for St. Louis River Interlake, non-native cattail, seen here, will be removed and replaced with native emergent wetland species such as the culturally important wild rice.

2017 Accomplishments Restoring our Nation's Coasts after Industrial Pollution

Contamination in water, river and bay bottom sediment, wetland, and shoreline habitats poses risks to invertebrates, fish, and wildlife.

EPA Secures Funding to Cleanup the Passaic River

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