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To increase runoff absorption, curves to be added to Cuyahoga River as it passed through NP

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The federal government is about to spend $15 million on a new push to restore the Cuyahoga River by adding more twists and turns to its sections that traverse Cuyahoga Valley National Park.


The river - whose name derives from a Native American word that means “crooked” - will have between 3/4 of a mile and 1 1/2 miles of curves added to its length under a new U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project funded by the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative.


https://www.cleveland.com/open/2020/10/cuyahoga-river-to-be-preserved-by-making-it-more-crooked-federal-authorities-say.html

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