The First State’s First (Developed?) National Park

The First State (Delaware) has finally gotten it's first National Park!  Hooray!  Major victory!  Preserving land!  Enter a development group called Woodlawn Trustees. The park known locally as "The Valley," but more formally as "Beaver Valley" is west of 202/Concord Pike on the Pennsylvania/Delaware border.  Beaver Valley is known for its beauty, recreational wonders, historic significance, [...]

Brownfield Redevelopment — A Win-Win for the Economy and the Environment

Hydrocarbon spillages, solvents, pesticides, heavy metals, tributyltins, and asbestos.  These are all typical pollutants found on Brownfield sites, an abandoned or underused industrial and commercial facility available for redevelopment, often times contaminated by the agents above. The EPA highlights success stories from 16 states across the nation, but perhaps the most well-known area in the [...]