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    Potomac Named Most Endangered River

    The “Nation’s River” tops the list of the country’s 10 most endangered waterways

    Inland Boater Magazine

    Washington, DC – The Potomac River is cleaner than it used to be and provides drinking water for more than 5 million people, but it is still the nation’s most endangered river, according to American Rivers.

    The Potomac, which flows through Washington, DC, topped American Rivers’ annual list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers. The report is not a list of the nation’s “worst” or most polluted rivers. The nonprofit advocacy group highlights rivers confronted by critical decisions that could determine their future, says Bob Irvin, president of American Rivers.

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