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Mike Dulong

Mike Dulong

Michael Dulong is a Staff Attorney in Riverkeeper’s New York City Water Supply Watershed Program. His work focuses on a range of watershed protection issues, including monitoring agency compliance under the New York City Watershed Agreement, investigating and developing citizen pollution complaints, and ensuring responsible agricultural practices. He also performs advocacy for Riverkeeper’s campaign to prevent irresponsible industrial gas extraction and development in New York with a particular focus on gas development’s adverse socioeconomic impacts.

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Guest Perspective: Protecting Our Waterways from Agricultural Runoff—Why We Sued the State


The Greek yogurt craze has provided a welcome boon for New York’s dairy industry.  Riverkeeper, Citizens Campaign for the Environment, and other environmental groups celebrate this economic growth, and want to make sure it helps local, sustainable family farms provide a local food source and preserve open space, keeping our beloved countryside bucolic. Unfortunately, that’s […]

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