Bergendahl, John Andrew
Peet, R. Creighton
The Blackstone River watershed is being contaminated by point and nonpoint source pollution. The goal of this project was to provide recommendations that organizations can use to improve upon current efforts to fully sustain a healthy Blackstone River Watershed. Through archival research, interviews, and case studies, we identified challenges in current watershed management. Based on our findings, we recommended policy changes, a redirection of funding, pooled resources for larger scale watershed education, and expanded watershed activities for the public.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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Civil and Environmental Engineering
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