The Wisconsin Supreme Court will take up a series of legal disputes that could have far-reaching ramifications for state regulators' power to protect public waters from pollution and overuse.Read More »
Higher-capacity ports, expanded locks and dams and other infrastructure improvements are needed in the Mississippi River Watershed to allow its waterways to handle shipping demands caused by higher agriculture, oil and natural gas production and manage climate change effects.Read More »
By Sean Ryan Skeptics worried about Waukesha’s proposal to put water into flood-prone Underwood Creek say the city should instead build a pipe to Lake Michigan. The Waukesha Water Utility plan to buy Lake Michigan water includes returning it to ...
Tagged with: Duchniak flooding Fox River Hart Park Lake Michigan Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors Underwood Creek waterways Waukesha Water Utility Wauwatosa Common Council Weishan Wisconsin Department of Natural ResourcesRead More »