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From the Field: Restoring Washington, D.C.‘s urban streams



May 31, 2012

Peter Hill and Stephen Reiling from the District Department of the Environment take us on a tour of two successful stream restoration projects in Washington, D.C., and explain why controlling polluted stormwater runoff from cities is so important to Chesapeake Bay restoration.
Closed captions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToijHlsv9y0

Produced by Steve Droter

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Comments:

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Tony Ballas says:
June 07, 2012

Many things are being done in the Chesapeake watershed that we are really unaware of. This is one of them, and others are available through this site.



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Peter Ensign says:
June 09, 2012

These projects that target tributaries are critical to restoring the health of the Anacostia and the Bay.  Hopefully, many people will see this video and then go to see the projects themselves.  Thanks for bringing them this close.



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Storm Water Systems says:
August 24, 2012

The District serves as a model for communities across the country that struggle with the unfortunate issues associated with stormwater runoff pollution: sediment, chemicals, litter and debris, etc. As the manufacturer of the Bandalong Litter Trap, Storm Water Systems is proud to play a small part in this incredible clean water initiative. Thanks for posting this great video!




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