Michele Tremblay, president of The New Hampshire Rivers Council writes, “I am saddened to report that two rivers, the Exeter and the Spicket are no longer running. When we think of rivers, a lot of words and pictures come to mind: water, flow, torrent, source-to-sea… For these two rivers, none of those words or pictures… Continue reading NH Rivers Council report two dry rivers due to drought
Drought continues to plague the northeastern United States, with the seascost from Maine to Massachusetts experiencing extreme drought conditions.
EPA has established regulatory procedures for eligible tribes to obtain “treatment as state” authority for the Clean Water Act’s (CWA) Section 303(d) Impaired Water Listing and TMDL Program. This rule enables eligible tribes to obtain authority to identify impaired waters on their reservations and to establish TMDLs, which serve as plans for attaining and maintaining… Continue reading EPA Rule Gives Indian Tribes Authority to Identify Impaired Waters and Establish TMDLs
EPA conducted a new study – Estimating Monetized Benefits of Groundwater Recharge from Stormwater Retention Practices – to estimate the groundwater recharge benefits from application of small storm retention practices on new development and redevelopment nationwide. The study focuses on areas in the U.S. where groundwater is a significant contributor to urban and agricultural uses and… Continue reading EPA Study Shows Long-term Benefits of Green Infrastructure and Low-Impact Development for Groundwater Recharge
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) fisheries staff, in collaboration with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and St. Regis Mohawk Tribe, are stocking Lake Sturgeon in Black Lake and the Oswegatchie, Raquette, St. Regis and Salmon Rivers on Tuesday, October 4, 2016. “Once abundant in the Oswegatchie River, Lake Sturgeon… Continue reading New York is Stocking Lake Sturgeon in St. Lawrence County Rivers