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Haskell agricultural properties were initially farmed by students. Later in the s, much of the area was converted to wetlands and is now sighted for highway development.
The wetlands area is used for educational, cultural and spiritual purposes by HINU community, which includes students, alumni, administration, faculty, staff, local Native American residents, as well as representatives from associated tribes across the nation.
There are three existing air emissions sites and one large quantity hazardous material generator and storage facility located adjacent to HINU campus. Previous HINU contaminant cleanup initiatives include asbestos abatement, underground storage tank removal, pesticide-use management, and mold remediation.
Additional potential health risk exposure concerns relate to quality of drinking water in buildings with older waterlines, as well as overflow and leakage from dilapidated City of Lawrence sewage-pump station located adjacent to Haskell Cemetery that drains into a stream and impacts areas of cultural significance.
The transfer of federal BIA land to Baker University in granted use of the wetlands for educational purposes and oversight by the U. Department of Education through Currently, there is no allocation of federal or state funding for SLT construction.
Discussions with Haskell students and alumni about SLT regulatory requirements, scientific investigations, engineering aspects and health risk concerns. Summary and review comments for three SLT technical documents, as described: Preliminary Review and Comments for U.Introduction Law, Policy, and Other Guidance.
This volume is the basic policy document of the National Park Service (NPS) for managing the national park system.
Wetlands south of Haskell enhance Lawrence watershed Organization Requesting Assistance Haskell Indian Nations University students, the Wetlands Preservation Organization and other impacted HINU community members. Ancient City of Qalhat. Oman Criteria: (ii)(iii) The property, which is located on the east coast of the Sultanate of Oman, includes the ancient city of Qalhat, surrounded by inner and outer walls, as well as areas beyond the ramparts where necropolises are located.
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America's Wetlands. Wetlands are areas where water covers soil all or part of the time.
Wetlands are important because they protect and improve water quality, provide fish and wildlife habitats, store floodwaters and maintain surface water flow during dry periods.
The project aims to enhance preservation and restoration of wetlands, improve raw water quality, ensure effective river recharge and integrated water resource management as well as improve respect, protection and fulfillment of the human rights to water and sanitation.
The project enhances awareness.