Ecowatchers In the News

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1) Yellow Bar Marsh Restoration

2)    Landmark Agreement To Help NYC’s Jamaica Bay

3)     NY Times–Jamaica Bay a Wilderness on the edge

4)         Mayor Bloomberg, State Environmental Conservation Commissioner Grannis and Natural Resources Defense Council  Announce Agreement to Improve Water Quality and Preserve Marshlands in Jamaica Bay

5)        Jamaica Bay

6)        Can the City — and the Oyster — Save Jamaica Bay?—-   May 2010

7)      Cleanup of bay ripped as too little—   December 2007

8)      Island in sea of turmoil: Debate over gas storage station off Rockaways

9)       Lone voice prods agencies to move to save marshes—      April 6th 2010, 

10)         Major water quality improvements coming to New York’s Jamaica Bay  Feb 2010

       11)     New York City Will Halve Nitrogen Pollution to Jamaica Bay—     March 2010

      12)     Oy Vey, Jamaica Bay!—     Nov 2010

13)   After a Century Without Oysters in Jamaica Bay: Weiner Takes First Steps to Bring Them Back—   August 2009

14)  Jamaica oysters no shell game: Bay’s pollution hinders renewal—-    August 18th 2009,

15)    Rumble in the marsh  New York’s Jamaica Bay embodies the world’s wetland woes.  September 19, 2008

16)   Restoration project brings marshlands of Jamaica Bay back from the brink    December 2nd 2007,

17)     Wetlands Deterioration   NYC’s Jamaica Bay Fades Away with No Clear Cause —  July-  2007

18)       Bay Marsh in Crisis —  August 2007,

19)        Bay Watchers Criticize City’s Cleanup Proposal —  March 2007

20)       Marsh Grass Disappearance May Be City’s Fault: DEP—  Oct 2007

21)        Weiner Seeks Help to Save Jamaica Bay’s Marshlands—   October 2007,       09_weiner_seeks_help_to_save_jamaica_bays_m.html

22)       NYC wildlife haven fading from landscape—       July 2007

23)       The Fight To Preserve Jamaica Bay

24)        Rebuilding Jamaica Bay, One Load of Sand at a Time—-    July 7, 2006

25)          The Missing Marshes of Jamaica Bay—    Jan 2001

26)        Scientists Are Baffled by Loss of Marsh From Jamaica Bay—  July 6, 2001

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