Inventory of Resource Rich Areas in Illinois: An Evaluation of Ecological Resources

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"This report is a product of theCritical Trends Assessment Project (CTAP), an ongoing process within the Department of Natural Resources, Office of Realty and Environmental Planning, to assess the extent of the condition of Illinois ecosystems. Coordinated by the Division of Energy and Environmental Assessment the project is a multi-disciplinary effort involving the Water, Geological, and Natural History surveys and the Hazardous Waste Research and Information Center. In 1994, CTAP is currently conducting regional assessments of areas identified in the inventory. The Rich River ResourceRich Area will be the first report published in 1996."


A paper copy of this report was donated to Olivet Nazarene University by the Black family. Benner Library's Digital Initiatives staff found the original content online and is providing a link to that source.An archival copy of the the file has been added to this record.

J.R. Black was an advocate for the conservation of the Kankakee River and spent many years collecting data and working with multiple organizations to preserve the Kankakee River Valley.

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