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Muskegon Lake’s Contaminated Sediment Clean Up by Poplar Trees

August 27, 2014

Planting poplar trees around Muskegon Lake is helping remove toxins in the soil by absorbing and degrading the chemicals as the trees grow.

Decades of Cleanup Work Paying Off for White Lake

February 5, 2014

Intensive cleanup activities have improved water quality, fish health and reduced phosphorus concentrations in White Lake.

Buffalo River Undergoing Transformation

November 24, 2013

The Buffalo River is being transformed from an industrial wasteland into a greenway that beautifies the community and creates habitat.

Hank Aaron Trail in the Menomonee River Valley Hits a Home Run

August 6, 2013

The land adjacent to the Menonmonee River in Milwaukee has been restored, allowing wildlife to return and providing outdoor recreational opportunities.

Stryker Bay Cleanup

April 30, 2013

Fish and wildlife have returned to a Minnesota waterway that for decades was one of the worst pollution sites in the Great Lakes.

Once-polluted Waterway Becoming Natural Playground

April 6, 2012

Restorating Hog Island helps turn a Great Lakes Area of Concern into a haven for fish and wildlife, including the federally endangered piping plover.