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New York Harbor in the 1970s
To help document mounting environmental problems in America in the 1970s, hundreds of freelance photographers like Arthur Tress were hired to photograph refuse-laden streams and beaches.

New York Harbor is part of the Port of New York and New Jersey, is at the mouth of the Hudson River where it empties into New York Bay. It is one of the largest natural harbors in world and during the 1970s suffered from environmental problems like the rest of the nation.


 
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Rush Lake – A Restoration Project - Rush Lake is used primarily for waterfowl conservation and a survey by Ripon College suggested that approximately 400 tons of lead were in the lake. The Rush Lake Restoration Project was established to not only help with the lead but also clean the murky lake and add more vegetation for the waterfowl.


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