Why is this the perfect bird for today? (Courtesy of the NJMC’s Mike Newhouse and his band of birder/banders.)
WolfeNotes.com » EPA Issues Revised Dupont Pompton Lakes Cleanup Plan
US EPA today issued the long overdue revised draft permit for the Dupont cleanup of Pompton Lakes sediments, upland portions of the lakefront, and downriver portions contaminated by toxic mercury.
We continue to make great strides with our Corporate partners, restoring and managing habitat throughout NJ. Read the blog post below to learn more about the diversity of projects completed and underway!
NJ Audubon Corporate Stewardship Council holds Annual Meeting at NJDEP
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EPA eliminated numeric 2 ppm ecological cleanup standard for sediments EPA backed off requirements for Hot Spot removal and Ecological Risk Assessment Whitewashed USFWS Criticism of Dupont Science & EPA Legal Error that triggered Dupont appeal US EPA today issued the long overdue revised draft permit for the Dupont cleanup (Read more...)
“It also should be noted that no existing program is better able to safeguard water quality than one that preserves land around sources of water,” Asbury Park Press. http://www.app.com/story/opinion/editorials/2014/10/30/editorial-vote-yes-open-space-funding/18193915/
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Pompton Lakes, NJ with DuPont site in background. Lake in foreground -The Record file photo
In a news release today, the EPA announced a proposed new plan…
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The NJMC’s amazing banders banded this raptor this morning. We thought this young bird was so cool we had to post right away. How do you like them talons? BTW, can you I.D. it?
Dennis Cheeseman took the above swan photo at Mill Creek Marsh today.
He wonders if it is a Tundra Swan or Trumpeter Swan. He leans toward Tundra, and so do we.