Leading Nonprofits Join Sea Island in Destroying Critical Habitat in Marsh Buffer
The following link has the stench of the environmental destruction on the Charles River, right down to “non profits” fighting for environmental destruction.
The title is “Leading Nonprofits Join Sea Island in Destroying Critical Habitat in Marsh Buffer.”
The Charles River Conservancy is lying with its name, but the stench is the same and it is by far not the only actor using “non profit” status. I have its publication of its contributor list.
Fortunately, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation is standing up to the small vehicle highway outrage on the Charles River. It seems to have roped the Department of Conservation and Recreation into a responsible position on that highway but DCR and Cambridge are very, very destructive on their own.