CLF and our partners are championing a new approach to managing stormwater. Green infrastructure is about trying to design our built environment in a way that restores the ability of the landscape to soak up precipitation and filter out pollutants before the runoff reaches our waterways.
The Mystic River Watershed is the most urbanized watershed in Massachusetts – and one of the most polluted. So when a neighborhood group approached CLF in 2010 with concerns about stormwater runoff from a large scrap metal facility, we agreed to take a closer look.
Ocean Habitat Protection: For the Sake of Cod & Country… Enforcing Water Quality Standards Across New England… Out with the Old, in with the New: New England is a critical moment in energy transformation… Sustainable Agriculture: Sustainable Food: Growth and Innovation
Cleaning Boston’s Water: CLF’s Landmark Settlement… On the Anniversary of Tropical Storm Irene: The Untold Stories of What Went Right… Five Questions for: Jenny Rushlow, Staff Attorney, Massachusetts CLF
Regional Ocean Planning: Giving everyone a seat at the table… Holding Government to Account: Empowering citizens and ensuring clean water… Canadian Hydropower for New England? Awash in promises, as promises dry up… Sustainable Agriculture: Growing a vibrant New England.Face to Face With New England’s Environmental Stewards
Ocean Wealth vs. Ocean Health: Planning a Sustainable Future for New England’s Ocean Waters… Progress Report: Stopping Stormwater Pollution at the Source… Finally, CLF Gets MassHighway to Clean Up Its Act… Why I Give to CLF: Honor Passow… Five Questions for… Jane West