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Meteor Timber wetlands destruction propsal up for public comment

Apr 17, 2017

Before the plan moves forward, the government and the public need to know that the environmental costs associated with Meteor Timber's proposal are simply too great.

Pioneers of Wisconsin conservation deserve to be honored

Apr 06, 2017

Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame to recognize the accomplishments of these leaders in science, teaching and recycling innovation.

You can vote YES for clean water in Wisconsin

Apr 04, 2017

Asking for the DNR to step up for clean water protections and to follow the Clean Water Act are on the Wisconsin Conservation Congress ballot.

Aquaculture bill raises concerns for the environment and the Public Trust

Mar 13, 2017

Fish farming bill would be a giveaway of public resources to private industry

Keeping the focus on water: why shifting pollution permits from DNR to DATCP raises questions

Mar 13, 2017

The case against Department of Ag permitting of our state’s largest agricultural operations.

Kewaunee Drinking Water Study Should Sound Alarm

Feb 23, 2017

When concentrations of animal pathogens spike, drinking water is at risk.

Support MEA in a big way on March 7th

Feb 20, 2017

The Big Share is here!

Will the warm weekend impact water?

Feb 17, 2017

With temps near 60 in February, what’s the impact on manure runoff and water quality when the ground thaws?

Barry Blonien: super volunteer

Jan 23, 2017

Barry's contributions to environmental justice in Wisconsin have made a difference to our law center. And there's more to come.

Proposed industrial sand facility would destroy acres of pristine wetlands

Jan 05, 2017

Meteor Timber's application to establish an industrial sand facility could fill in a record number of natural wetland acres in Wisconsin.