An Earth Day Question: Why Can’t We Eat Hudson River Fish?

Nyack News and Views reports: "On Earth Day, you don’t have to search any farther than the Hudson River to realize why it’s important to be a good steward for our environment. Consider this: when was the last time you enjoyed fresh fish from the Hudson River? Unless you are over 60, the answer is probably never.

There are warnings posted along the Hudson River warning you to limit your intake of fish caught in the river. The rich assortment of bass, sturgeon and shad that fed native Americans, European Settlers and many generations of Americans are now considered dangerous to eat." Read more.

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  • Bryndis Hlodversdottir
    published this page in News 2015-04-23 08:37:15 -0400