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The Army Creek Superfund Site Trustee Council has released an amended draft restoration plan to replace a project that was previously approved in the final restoration plan from 1995.
On Jan. 26, 2023, local, state, federal and private sector partners gathered for a Restoring Wilmington’s Rivers Conference at the Chase Center at the Riverfront, in Wilmington. The conference was part of the Christina-Brandywine River Remediation Restoration Resilience (CBR4) project. Subtitled “A Plan for Remediation, Restoration, and Resilience of the Christina and
The Christina and Brandywine rivers have played a pivotal role in the region’s economy and character since before the Swedes first arrived on the original Kalmar Nyckel in 1638. CBR4 Project Menu
The Christina-Brandywine River Remediation Restoration Resilience (CBR4) project area has seen more than two decades of planning work, to understand the needs of the community, and scientific research, to understand contamination sources. CBR4 Project Menu
More than two decades of work on project implementation to renew and revitalize the communities and the environment have taken place in the Christina-Brandywine River Remediation Restoration Resilience (CBR4) project area. CBR4 Project Menu
The success of the Christina-Brandywine River Remediation Restoration Resilience (CBR4) project depends on support and input from many different people and organizations, including residents of and visitors to the Riverfront, Wilmington, and New Castle County. CBR4 Project Menu
The Christina-Brandywine River Remediation Restoration Resilience (CBR4) project is an initiative to address legacy toxic contamination, restore the native ecology and prepare for the changing climate as well as other threats to river health in the lower Christina River and tidal Brandywine River.
On Jan. 26, 2023, local, state,
The Drainage Program is responsible for over 45 wetland and stream restoration projects, resulting in approximately 180 acres of total restoration and habitat creation. Restoration activities are put into practice in a variety of locations, including local schools (creating an outdoor classroom), backyards of private landowners (Smith and Battista), marginal agricultural fields, and along
Natural Resource Damage Assessment and Restoration (NRDAR) is the process used to determine whether natural resources have been injured, destroyed, or lost as a result of a release of hazardous substances or oil, and to identify actions and funds needed to restore such resources. NRDAR is authorized by several state and federal environmental laws.