This Week's Highlights: Missouri scientists eavesdrop on river giant, Shoal Creek floods and hazardous boating conditions, proposed phosphorous limits, uranium in U.S. water, grasping the microplastic cycle, experimental releases at Glen Canyon Dam to protect aquatic insects, making polluters pay for PFAs, and Chicago's "Chicagwa" water raises discussion about overlooked lead pipes in homes
This Week's Highlights: Information on proposed silica mine near Hawn State Park, new Missouri law to require schools test for lead, a state law ban on turf in Nevada, a new portable desalinization unit, water crisis at Lake Mead and Lake Powell, Drinking Water Week, NOAA drought conditions map, Missouri American Water grant for hydration stations, and how the Missouri Stream Team Program is helping at the James River
This Week's Highlights: 160 acres donated on the Missouri River, be bear aware, Adkins Creek waterfalls, three days in three state parks, free kids fishing days, floods reveal Red River Basin's needs, population growth brings challenges to Phoenix's water future, and fishing for delicacies on the muddy river.
This Week's Highlights: Trail Blazers book released, outdoor skill day, protecting Colorado River water, Mississippi River on 'Endangered Rivers' list, help conserve and restore the Mississippi River, lake sturgeon caught, and a best trip for nature lovers
This Week's Highlights: Federal agency weighs emergency action in western states as water demand outpaces supply, celebrating lake sturgeon efforts in Michigan, an update on low Missouri River flow, demo begins at Lake of the Ozarks for Osage Nation Casino, an Illinois village in Missouri, new fish attracting brush piles at Truman Reservoir, a judge finds that Montana DEQ broke laws issuing a mining permit, "tanking" down a Nebraska river, monster catfish caught in Mississippi, the six oldest rivers in the US, how cleanups are a global issue, and NPS working on new restrooms at Ozark Riverways accesses
This Week's Highlights: Reports on hog farms raise environmental concerns, master plan meetings for Truman Lake, groundbreaking of a floodwall in Caruthersville, Chain of Rocks Bridge history, unique Missouri creatures, JRBP hosting Earth Day cleanup, MO bridges in need of repair, Missouri House plans to spend millions on ports, dry conditions on the Missouri and at Lake Powell, a major PCB study on the Hudson River, a lamprey catch on the Current River, and 11 Texas parks great for paddling
This Week's Highlights: Paddler safety and lessons learned, avian flu suspected, a whaling ship discovery in the Gulf, a Memphis Lake cleanup with Living Lands and Waters, pondweed treatment in Forest Lake, retiring fields could save billions and help flooding impacts, the 10 longest rivers in North America, and a wonderful weekend on the river
This Week's Highlights: Counties weigh CAFO options for ordinances, volunteers remove several tons of trash from Meramec, a new scoring scale for salt pollution, a blueprint for the Lower Mississippi River, tons of soil lost from the Midwest, levee repairs on the Missouri, mussels indicate poor river health, suspect in torching of the Round Spring Ranger Station, Missouri River Relief's 1,000th ton, and the comment period for the Eleven Point River plan ends today, March 25.
This Week's Highlights: Scotland county votes to repeal county health/CAFO ordinance, DNR fines CAFO for pollution spill, memorial cleanup results, satellite imagery highlights green streets and healthy streams, toxic algae effects and testing, avian influenza found in Missouri wild birds, a Mississippi River cruise from St. Paul to New Orleans, Kansas City's riverfront expands, and what to keep in mind for paddlefish season.
This Week's Highlights: MU to create new Missouri Water Center, controlling invasive plants, fuel in Hawaii's water, freshwater mussels proposed for federal protection, new plant in New Madrid focuses on cleaning up the environment, court strikes down law restricting public access in New Mexico, plans for dredged materials from the Mississippi River, and Missouri trout season opens