Small Dams and Big Problems

As state governments become more aware of the dangers of dilapidated dams, property owners are finding solutions that improve rivers and mark a changed awareness about the importance of free-flowing water. Kevin Coyne writes about “Putting the Wild Back in Rivers” in The New York Times, and specifically about changes for the better on New Jersey’s Musconetcong River, parts of which were recently designated “wild and scenic” by the federal government.

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