Dutch Kills Loop: Regenerating the Damaged Landscape

The head of Dutch Kills (Photo by Maria Rocha-Buschel) Thousands of years ago, Newtown Creek was a pristine 1,200-acre salt marsh. A diverse slate of species, from beavers to oysters to American eel, called it home. With European colonialism came the enclosure of New York’s natural environment. In less than a century, Newtown [...]