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Cleaning Up Local Waterways
Dear EarthTalk: Is there a way to get local communities involved in cleaning up waterways, like rivers, lakes, streams and creeks? Rebecca, via e-mail Westport, CT - infoZine - E/The Environmental...
Read more at Kansas City InfoZine
Natural Resources Defense Council
COX Teaming up to cleanup the St. Johns River
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Volunteers from area COX Media Partners are teaming up to clean up the St. Johns River. Action News along with area COX media partners volunteered to pick up trash at Blue...
Read more at FOX30 / CBS47 Jacksonville
Wyden, Merkley intro Crooked River water bill
Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden, D-Ore., joined with Crooked River stakeholders Thursday to introduce the Crooked River Collaborative Water Security Act of 2013, which would provide a framework...
Read more at KTVZ Bend
Pollution down, fish recovering in Potomac River
The Potomac River earned an overall grade of C on its 2013 State of the Nation’s River report card, a step in the right direction from its previous D, conservationists said, but a score that leaves...
Read more at The Washington Times
Environmental Protection Agency
Statement on Introduction of Innovative Stormwate...
The legislation would establish up to five regional centers of excellence that would conduct research, develop recommendations, and provide training and technical assistance for implementing practices...
Read more at Business Wire
Water Environment Federation
National Association of Clean Water Agencies
Natural Resource Defense Council
Volunteers needed for 4th Annual Red River Cleanup
ArkLaTex organizations are looking for volunteers for the 4th Annual Red River Clean Up. The 4th Annual Red River Clean Up is being organized by the Bayou Chapter of the Ozark Society in partnership...
Read more at KSLA-TV Shreveport
Plan calls for new Mo. riverways restrictions
By HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Motorboats, horseback riding and river access would be restricted in some areas of the Ozark National Scenic Riverways under a...
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US Federal Reserve
Pro and con: Skykomish River dam
By Steve Klein In Snohomish County, we're blessed with natural surroundings that few regions on Earth can match. It's one of the reasons more and more people want to live, work and raise their...
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Board of Commissioners
Bonneville Power Administration
Dam removal opens waterway for wildlife, people
TROY — Removal of the Smitherman’s Mill Dam this week made a big difference in allowing fish, mussels and people to move freely up and down Little River in Montgomery County. Reconnecting the upper...
Read more at Asheboro Courier-Tribune
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Habitat project expands along Tuolumne, San Joaqu...
MODESTO — State agencies this week paid $9.3million to buy a 466-acre dairy and farm in Stanislaus County near the confluence of the Tuolumne and San Joaquin rivers. The so-called Hidden Valley Ranch...
Read more at Modesto Bee
Department of Water Resources
TOWN BROOK: More herring, more striped bass, bett...
Another day, another dam, another half million dollars? The town, and specifically Plymouth’s Division of Marine and Environmental Affairs, has been so successful at marshaling support and raising...
Read more at Old Colony Memorial & Plymouth Bulletin
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