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Projects to Remove Beneficial Use Impairments from the Black River AOC

The following projects were funded with Great Lakes Restoration Initiative funds:

2010

  • Lower Black River Fish Habitat Restoration Project, NOAA. $1,697,800
  • Black River Watershed, OH, U.S. Army Corp of Engineers. $92,000

2011

  • Black River Watershed, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. $9,500
  • Jobs Challenge—Black River, Lorain County. $924,825
  • Lower Black River Habitat Restoration Project Phase II, NOAA. $1,089,750
  • Lower Black River Habitat Restoration Project Phase III Design, NOAA. $350,000
  • Disposal of Legacy Steel Mill Contaminants and Restoration of Riparian Habitat in the Black River AOC, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. $339,900

2012

Ohio—Strategic Navigation Dredging Lorain Harbor, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. $391,000

2013

  • Ohio—Strategic Navigation Dredging Lorain Harbor, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. $61,000
  • Invasive Vegetation Control in the Lower Black River Area of Concern Phase II, Lorain County Board of Commissioners. $499,496
  • Lakeview Beach Green Infrastructure Project, City of Lorain. $250,000

2014

  • Black River Landing and Heron Rookery Restoration Project, City of Lorain. $1,347,644
  • Lower Black River Heron Rookery Restoration Phase II Assessment Project, City of Lorain. $175,000
  • Drum Removal and Restoration Project: Assessment and Design Phase—Black River, Ohio, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. $284,500
  • Lorain Harbor Strategic Navigation Dredging, Ohio, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. $10,000