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This webpage contains historic information and is not being updated.
See the Fernald Preserve webpage for current site information.

Future of Fernald


 

Fernald develops new wetlands, forests and savanna ecosystems
Fernald develops new wetlands, forests and savanna ecosystems (8070D-100).

With most cleanup projects in the field execution phase, DOE and its cleanup contractor, Fluor Fernald, have been working closely with the community and regulators to plan for the future when site closure is complete.

 

Link to Finald Land Us of the Fernald Site Final Land Use of the Fernald Site
Fernald's final land use plan involves restoring the site's natural resources. final use
Link to Ecological Restoration Ecological Restoration
DOE dedicates 904 acres for restoration and ecological research projects.
ecological restoration
Link to Cultural Resources Cultural Resources
Fernald discovers cultural resource sites and artifacts during site cleanup. cultural resources
 
Link to Long-Term Stewardship of Fernald Site Long-Term Stewardship of the Fernald Site
Fernald works with stakeholders to prepare for the site's transition from remediation to stewardship.  stewardship
 
Link to Public Use of the Fernald Site Future Public Use of the Fernald Site
Public workshops result in community vision of Fernald’s future.  public use

Aesthetic Barrier | Bank Stabilization | Cleanup | Cultural Resources | Ecological Restoration | Ecological Restoration Park  | Environmental Monitoring | Fernald's Natural Resources | Final Land Use | Demo Forest Project | Future of Fernald | OEPA | Public Use of Fernald Site | Research Projects | Restoration Projects | Restoration Project Schedule | Southern Waste Units | Wetland Mitigation

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Together, DOE and Fluor Fernald were committed to safely restoring the 
Fernald site to an end state that serves the needs of the community.