Fisheries crews from Wisconsin and Minnesota plan to gather near La Crosse next month and attempt a new technique to remove invasive carp from the Mississippi River.Read More »
A new study finds that historic sources of mercury pollution are driving higher concentrations of the contaminant in sport fish that live and feed in the Duluth-Superior harbor. The results indicate contamination from long ago still holds risks for coastal areas of the Great Lakes.
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Companies looking to mine copper, gold and silver in Wisconsin will face higher costs and have to work around an extensive list of off-limit areas under new rules the state Department of Natural Resources policy board overwhelmingly approved Wednesday.Read More »
The prevention of future pollution from forever chemicals known as PFAS, while also developing ways to reduce the use of the chemicals, are among the recommendations included in a Wisconsin action plan released Wednesday by Gov. Tony Evers' administration after a year of study.Read More »