Wisconsin DNR http://wuwm.com en Dogs Enter Wisconsin Wolf Hunt Monday http://wuwm.com/post/dogs-enter-wisconsin-wolf-hunt-monday <p>Wisconsin’s second wolf hunt reaches a turning point December 2. Licensed hunters can now use up to six dogs to help track wolves. Wisconsin is the only state to allow the practice. Some celebrate the rules and others take to court.<br /> Mon, 02 Dec 2013 11:30:00 +0000 Susan Bence 19149 at http://wuwm.com Dogs Enter Wisconsin Wolf Hunt Monday DNR: State Parks and Recreational Areas Remain Open http://wuwm.com/post/dnr-state-parks-and-recreational-areas-remain-open <p>While the federal government shutdown has closed federal recreational areas in Wisconsin, people can still visit state-owned lands. Thu, 03 Oct 2013 16:41:07 +0000 Marge Pitrof 14628 at http://wuwm.com DNR: State Parks and Recreational Areas Remain Open DNR Assumes Management of Environmental Education Center http://wuwm.com/post/dnr-assumes-management-environmental-education-center <p></p><p>The Department of Natural Resources&nbsp; announced its staff will take over operation of the <a href="http://www.mackenziecenter.com/index.php" target="_blank">MacKenzie Environmental Education Center</a>, located in Poynette, Wisconsin. Thu, 05 Sep 2013 20:30:30 +0000 Susan Bence 12448 at http://wuwm.com DNR Assumes Management of Environmental Education Center Coalition Calls for More Input on Waukesha Application for Great Lakes Water http://wuwm.com/post/coalition-calls-more-input-waukesha-application-great-lakes-water <p></p><p>Waukesha has been toiling over a tedious application to which a LOT of people are paying attention, including a coalition of conservationists. Wed, 10 Jul 2013 15:02:57 +0000 Susan Bence 7771 at http://wuwm.com Coalition Calls for More Input on Waukesha Application for Great Lakes Water Molybdenum in Well Water Remains a Murky Issue in Southeast Wisconsin http://wuwm.com/post/molybdenum-well-water-remains-murky-issue-southeast-wisconsin <p></p><p>A tongue-twisting metal called molybdenum has entered the vocabulary of some people in southeastern Wisconsin. They’ve learned it’s in their well water.&nbsp; The metal exists in the earth’s crust, but when concentrations increase, health concerns mount.&nbsp; WUWM Environmental Reporter Susan Bence met a Raymond couple grappling with the unknowns.<br> Wed, 22 May 2013 05:00:01 +0000 Susan Bence 3804 at http://wuwm.com Molybdenum in Well Water Remains a Murky Issue in Southeast Wisconsin