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Restoring Resiliency at Dyke Marsh

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By Glenda C. Booth, President, Friends of Dyke Marsh A year ago, Superstorm Sandy slammed the East Coast, demonstrating once again the power of nature. It left behind $65 billion in damage affecting 24 states and 70 national parks. Sandy’s fury was also a reminder of the power of nature’s ecological services, including the ability of wetlands, beaches, underwater grasses, [...]

Posted on: December 11 2013
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Three Endangered Rivers, Countless Memories: Saving Our Nation’s Great Waters

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By Sarah Gaines Barmeyer, Great Waters Program Manager American Rivers recently released its annual list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers. Although its methodology is imprecise, the report highlights real and serious threats the rivers could face this year that would change their fate for years to come. The top three rivers hold special significance to me personally, and to the [...]

Posted on: May 23 2012
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