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Wetland Restoration Near Buffalo, NY, to Improve Fish and Wildlife Populations

October 9, 2011

Removing invasive plants and restoring a 15-acre oxbow wetland on Buffalo Creek dramatically improved fish and wildlife populations in the creek.

Michigan Restoration Project Removes Pollutants Harmful to Human Health

July 21, 2011

More than 500,000 pounds of harmful pollutants were removed from the St. Marys River, which made the river safer for fish and the people who eat those fish.

Dam removal improves water quality, fish habitat in urban stream

June 23, 2011

Removing an old dam from Euclid Creek in Ohio improved water quality and allowed for the return of fish and other aquatic life to the waterway.

Old Dam Removal in Michigan Improves Water Quality

June 21, 2011

A community in Oakland County, Mich., has removed an old dam to improve water, fish habitat and recreational opportunities.