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River Corridor and Wetland Restoration

This EPA site is a comprehesnive grouping of topics relating to: What is Restoration?, Why Do Restoration?, Who is Doing Restoration?, and Where Can I Learn More? The link to "Principles for the Ecological Restoration of Aquatic Resources" provides 17 guiding principles that set the stage for why restoration of our river corridors and wetlands is needed.

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Description This EPA site is a comprehesnive grouping of topics relating to: What is Restoration?, Why Do Restoration?, Who is Doing Restoration?, and Where Can I Learn More? The link to "Principles for the Ecological Restoration of Aquatic Resources" provides 17 guiding principles that set the stage for why restoration of our river corridors and wetlands is needed.
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Source U.S. EPA
Keyword principles of restoration; grant program; partners; tribal links; MAIA inventory; funding sources; wastewater treatment
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Date Of Record Creation 2004-10-31 12:11:42
Date Last Modified 2004-11-08 12:29:04
Language EN
Date Record Checked: 2004-10-31 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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