This Week's News: Coldwater Creek spill, fish kill event at Lake of the Ozarks, flood risk story from St. Louis, a train derailment on the Missouri, a 3M settlement for PFAS, how pumped groundwater affects the Earth's spin, a highlight of Mornings at the River, MDC programs in Cape Girardeau, Branson evaluates its drinking water, air quality impact on water, and how nonpoint source pollution measures have no detectable impact
This Week's News: Missouri drought conditions, water rights dispute decision for the Navajo, Colorado River crisis panel, Current River State Park classes, MDC Scouting and Fishing events, a sustainable, cost-effective desalinization method, a California River recreation ban, a pallid sturgeon story, how farmers can embrace conservation and climate smart practices, Mississippi River levels fall, and an award winning water podcast.
This Week's News: Supreme Court pares back water rules, a look at the EPA and CAFO regulations, a management plan for the Upper White River Watershed, water rate increase at Lake of the Ozarks, MDC fishing lessons, kayaking ABCs, sewage concerns in St. Louis, fish consumption advisories due to PFOS in Connecticut, a US Interior Department process to protect the Colorado, and the Price of Plenty - how chemical fertilizers help feed the world - at increasingly steep costs to people and the planet
This Week's News: What does WOTUS decision mean for Missouri, first week of Mornings at the River, a comment period on discharge to Pomme de Terre, MDC confirms invasive snakehead fish, preparing for the James River cleanup, a real time water watch in Virginia, river restoration projects in Arizona bring benefits, funding falls short for carp barrier in Minnesota, from snow and flood to drought, how to contain the rain in Johnson County, can lake sturgeon make a comeback, and what happened to the casino bill.
This Week's News: Celebrating World Oceans Day with a cleanup in KC, improving fish habitat at Table Rock and Bull Shoals Lakes, US Supreme Court rejects wetlands regulation, Mississippi River restoration projects, studies, and a new Mississippi Speed record, rights for rivers, a creek to retain its name in Johnson County, Phoenix restricted from growing due to lack of water, E.coli returns to normal in Bull Shoals, more funding for Mo River dock in St. Charles County, and Missouri park events and presentations in June