Missouri River project for endangered species habitat halted in 2007 due to pollution concerns

November 1, 2010 | 4:40 p.m. CDT
The Missouri River is home to several endangered species. The Fish and Wildlife Service and the Army Corps of Engineers were working on a project to create habitat for the species, but in 2007, the Clean Water Commission halted the project due to pollution concerns. After a review by the National Academy of Sciences, the project was cleared to continue.

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