The EPA finalizes an innovative water permit to reduce nitrogen loading to New Hampshire’s Great Bay, giving communities the option to reduce nonpoint sources of pollution instead of making upgrades to wastewater treatment plants.
After more than 90 percent of adult scallops in the Peconic Bay died off in 2019, scallop populations are extremely low again this year.
Students in New York State’s Nassau and Suffolk counties can participate in the Long Island Water Quality Challenge to explore ways to reduce nitrogen pollution in Long Island Sound. The Long Island Nitrogen Action Program, a NEIWPCC program partner, created the challenge. 

From hypodermic needles to baby strollers, the Clean River Project captures all kinds of trash in the Merrimack River.