Until its April conference, EPA is seeking ideas about how to restore the nation's waters and create sustainable communities.
The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative, led by EPA, would target the most significant chemical, biological, and physical problems in the system.
EPA will schedule additional public hearings in April.
A new $320 million, four-year initiative could significantly improve drinking water quality for Americans in 12 states in the Mississippi River Basin.
The governor said his state will have to integrate current restoration plans into a specific set of priorities and actions for government and nongovernment organizations.
Earthjustice files lawsuit to protect salmon and close loopholes.
Viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus poses threats to fisheries and aquaculture.
Corps of Engineers seeks comments on its draft environmental impact statement on the Angelina & Neches River Authority project under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act.
University of Maryland and Baylor University ecologists may have discovered a lower ecological "tipping point" at which species are threatened.
The National Academy of Sciences should limit itself to the science of the conservation plan and the environmental needs of the Bay Delta, according to the Environmental Defense Fund.
Nearly 29,000 acres in Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front is being returned to the Bureau of Land Management.
EPA has set a timetable to deliver ruelmakings on offsets, confined animal feeding operations, and stormwater to strengthen controls on major sources of pollutants to the bay.
Using the Baylor Experimental Aquatic Research stream facility, researchers found that concentrations above 20 parts per billion resulted in more algae growth and lower dissolved oxygen.
On Jan. 5, EPA will present a Webcast on the draft findings of the National Lakes Assessment.
Natural gas developer will provide $750,000 to monitor water quality conditions through areas of the watershed where Marcellus Shale development occurs.
Enhanced regulations call for not more than 0.45 pounds of phosphorus per acre per year to run off newly developed properties.
State says Navy can dispose of material at Central Long Island Sound Disposal Site until it develops a dredged material management plan.
More than 30 organizations are represented in a new coalition that will leverage support from citizens across the United States.
Contaminated riverbank and floodplain soils are the major source of mercury in fish from several Shenandoah Valley rivers.