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An aerial view of a section of the Kalamazoo River. Image: EPA

Comment on More than $12 Million in Projects Proposed to Restore the Kalamazoo River

Three small fish in a tank,

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

A barge with a earth mover scoops sediment from a river with a bridge in background.

Remedial Injury Determination Report Released for Hudson River, New York

Headgates Dam shown from downstream facing west bank

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

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

Tidal habitat on Cuttyhunk Island in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts.

Bouchard B-120 Trustees Approve Acquisition and Protection of Hundreds of Acres on Cuttyhunk Island Massachusetts

Scalley Dam Fishway gate in Woburn Massachussets surrounded by rocks

Final Restoration Plan and Environmental Assessment Released for the Industri-plex Superfund Site

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

Hardwood forest within the Belt Woods Natural Environment Area.

Final Restoration Plan for Maryland’s 68th Street Dump Superfund Site Approved

Cuttyhunk Island coastal habitat.

Draft Proposal For Massachusetts Land Acquisition Will Protect Hundreds of Acres of Habitat: Comment Now

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

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

Atlantic salmon parr in the Machias River, Maine.

Fish Passage Projects Approved to Restore Habitat After Oil Spills in Maine

A creek runs through an autumn landscape where restoration may happen for the 68th Street superfund case.

Draft Restoration Plan for Maryland’s 68th Street Dump Superfund Site Released for Public Comment

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

Silhouette of a common loon swimming on the surface of a river as the sun sets. Photo: Joseph Sands, USFWS.

Out For Public Input: Draft Plan to Restore Birds Killed, Injured by 2003 Oil Spill

Aerial view of Stewart B. McKinney National Wildlife Refuge where NOAA will lead restoration of marsh habitat.

Trustees Release Final Plan to Restore Salt Marsh Habitat at McKinney National Wildlife Refuge

Water runs through a culvert under a road, but it's too high for fish to pass through and needs to be replaced.

Comments Sought on Maine Gulf-Chevron Draft Restoration Plan, Proposed Fish Passage Projects

An aerial view of a meandering marsh channel at McKinney Wildlife Refuge. Credit USFWS

NOAA and Co-trustees Seek Comment on Draft Restoration Plan for Two Connecticut Hazardous Waste Sites

Two excavators hammer away at the Bloede Dam on a river shortly after its breach. Credit: Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

Removing Bloede Dam - A Victory 10 Years in the Making

Brown mink standing on rock next to stream surrounded by plants.

Mink numbers low in PCB-laden Hudson River, study finds

Two excavator machines work on building a shoreline project. A barge holding materials is in the water offshore.

Draft Amendment to Chalk Point Restoration Plan Released for Public Comment

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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