11 February 2010

Clark Fork River Superfund: new website launched

For those who have an interest in the role of public participation in shaping the Record of Decision (i.e. remedy or clean-up) at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Superfund sites, please see the new website Science, Society & Superfund: A Social History of America's Largest Superfund Site.


This website is part of a set of outcomes for a National Science Foundation-funded study. Though specifically a comparative study of several sites in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin of western Montana -- including Butte, Anaconda, Silver Bow Creek, the Clark Fork River, and Milltown Dam -- the results study is of general interest to anyone that wonders how grassroots citizens' groups can effectively influence Superfund clean-up decisions.

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