HORTON, Kan. - The Kickapoo Tribe has received a $25,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to plug abandoned wells on its land in northeast Kansas.
The agency announced this week that the tribe was among 50 recipients of grants totaling $1.2 million.
The goal of the Kickapoo project is to reduce the amount of surface runoff that flows into the open wells, leading to contamination of groundwater.
Educational and outreach materials also will be used to increase awareness of groundwater contamination. The EPA says the Kickapoo Tribe has recorded elevated levels of E.coli bacteria and nitrates in the groundwater.
Thank you for some other informative web site. Where else may I get that kind of info written in such a perfect means? I have a mission that I am just now operating on, and I have been on the look out for such info.
louis vuitton handbags http://higts.overblog.com/
ghd australia lttufh
7eXmi christian louboutin qVaa longchamp outlet lQih ï»¿michael kors outlet 5kXim 3sKtx chi 5fXdh michael kors outlet 4oZxn cheap nfl jerseys 6vErq nike uk 5nStp ghd 9lAmc ugg 0cCoy toms outlet 1xVpd Tory Burch New Style Continental Pink Wallets Cheap 7rGum hollister pas cher 2qIkf ghd 0vWxy cheap ugg boots