Last year DuPont agreed to pay about $50 million to fund projects restoring natural habitat around the South River in Waynesboro. The projects address contamination caused by mercury released into the soil, and the river, by DuPont for decades. WMRA’s Christopher Clymer Kurtz takes a look at the early stages of restoration.
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