Great to see this level of natural restoration in the most urban city in the country.
healthy shores=healthy water, healthy air, healthy people.
put some carp there and , it will take off
great project, great story!
why ant you talk without drums
Andrew M wasamatter don't you understand pig latin?
I CANNOT SAY MUCH FOR THE OTHER IGNOPRANT COMMENTS, SOME WERE QUITE AMAZING. HOWEVER, I AM QUITE THANKFUL TO YOUR RESTORATION PROJECT. THANK YOU FOR CLEANING OUR RIVERS. WE HAVE TO KEEP MOTHER EARTH HEALTHY, FOR ALL OF OUR SAKES. EARTH IS DEMENISHING AS TIME GOES FORWARD.
These people are doing a great job, God bless you all.
I've seen the Bronx River. It's more like a creek than a river. In no place I've seen could you not wade across it. It's going to be tough to clean up that river because of the urban runoff. Yes you could remove every tire and every piece of trash (assuming you could stop the people in the Bronx from dumping stuff into the "creek") but I just don't think they can restore things like oysters, beavers, fish and the like in such an urban environment. Good luck anyway. Hope I'm wrong.
Great job guys! Stay the course. Impressive.
That's nice, it won't be there in 100s of years. It won't be there in several decades. Sea level rise. Get dynamic, Get realistic.
Why would you put out plastic in the water? You retarded fucking idiots!
Fantastic keep it up!
so its been a bunch of years. What is the outcome compared to the plan?
Good job, don't use plastic.
Is there a plan to remove the several smaller dams that are in the river? Like the ones in the zoo, garden and several in lower Westchester.
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