Potomac Tops Nation’s 10 Most Endangered Rivers

A new report from the nonprofit advocacy group American Rivers named the Potomac the nation’s most endangered river, saying it is threatened by nutrient and sediment pollution that lowers the quality of drinking water and kills marine life and will only get worse if Congress rolls back regulations in the Clean Water Act.
May 15, 2012
 

A new report from the nonprofit advocacy group American Rivers named the Potomac the nation’s most endangered river, saying it is threatened by nutrient and sediment pollution that lowers the quality of drinking water and kills marine life and will only get worse if Congress rolls back regulations in the Clean Water Act.

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