Once beset by industrial pollution, Rouge River on a slow path to recovery

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Michigan’s Rouge River was once so polluted, it lit on fire. The Clean Water Act ended the days of flagrant industrial dumping, leaving the river cleaner. Yet decades later, the river’s recovery is incomplete, and new challenges threaten its future.

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