This legal resource guide offers information on Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) in Wisconsin, including Wisconsin Admin. Code NR 151 that governs runoff management. Sample Nutrient Management Requirements, along with Livestock Operation laws, and Local Authority information is also provided.
Midwest Environmental Advocates wrote a memo to Wisconsin residents seeking remedies for well contamination including details on the state's remediation and redevelopment program and the well compensation grant program.
The model wetlands conservation ordinance resource guide from the Wisconsin Wetlands Association is a comprehensive tool for zoning, planning and land conservation staff, local elected officials, Tribal government and staff and anyone advocating for their community to improve stormwater management, flood protections, preserving Trial cultural resources and protecting our environment. The resource includes full and partial model ordinances, a look at the value of wetlands conservation, weighing the risks vs benefits of developing on or near wetland acreage, and why preserving wetlands on a watershed scale is valuable to local communities.
CAFO Toolkit: Protecting Your Community From Existing and Proposed Concentrated Animal Feeding Opera
When an industrial animal farm proposes to locate or expand in your community, know the basics of water and air regulations and your property rights. This toolkit covers how to stay informed and participate in CAFO permitting processes.
Published by the State of Wisconsin's Department of Justice, this overview of public records law is geared for public officials and members of the public to understand their obligations and rights under public records laws.
A two-page fact sheet from the U.S. EPA regarding the sources, effects and impacts of nutrient pollution in the U.S.
This 2007 tool-kit provides an overview of stormwater regulation in Wisconsin, including information on what to do if you spot a violation of these laws.
Most recently updated in 2007, this tool-kit is a resource for Wisconsin citizens who are seeking to understand public access to government meetings and decision-making practices.
This toolkit provides citizens with a basic understanding of Wisconsin's public records law and how you can use that law to monitor government decisions and hold our government accountable.