This Week's News: Concerns about animal waste basin, polluted river vs. meatpacker permit, go Missouri on Labor Day Weekend, MDC to remove invasive carp, volunteers build fish habitats, push to remove lead from Montana school drinking water, coming clean on PFAS drinking water, "waters of the United States" rule amended, hurricane Idalia's destruction, 5 takeaways from America's groundwater crisis, and new water pollution rule.
This Week's News: Rural Missouri residents rally against waste facility, a foaming lagoon in Fairview, MDC showcases Missouri fish, invasive crayfish threaten local crayfish, a Missouri Supreme Court ruling, article on hydropower, vegetation control on Missouri sandbars, origin of the word Mississippi, a cleanup halted on the Yellowstone, the best rivers in Arkansas, how plankton are affected by climate change, and group advocates for a free flowing Colorado River
This Week's News: National Water Quality Month, state remains in drought, grant awards, Missouri rescues and evacuations, Missouri River Basin has average month, Saline Creek clean-up, Stream Team in the classroom, Lahaina's water system collapse, top most water-stressed US states, Lake Mead sees 'significant improvement', and a benefits of hydropower study.
This Week's News: Upcoming Mississippi River Commission hearings in Missouri, looking back at the Great Flood of 1993 and how it deluged St. Louis, Perseid meteor shower viewing, a kids trout tournament, conservation area construction, MDNR investigates fuel spill, some Missouri beaches not suitable for swimming, Mississippi floodplain forests are dying, flooding in Alaska, a billion dollar coastal project, bad place for a mine in Montana, and the biggest threat to the Colorado River
This Week's News: Grand River watershed impaired use, wastewater may release into impaired river, no way to prevent another 1993 flood, state park hosts wild herbal classes, MR340 halted Wednesday over unsafe Missouri River, Colorado River Basin lost 10 trillion gallons of water, US judge blocks water pipeline, cup makes drinkable water from creeks, Clean Water and Air Act violated, EPA takes action, and a new study maps 'nutrient fingerprint'.