environment

A family on Milwaukee's west side is taking urban farming to a new place - inside their apartment.

Bill McKibben

Today marks the one-year anniversary of "Superstorm Sandy," the post-tropical cyclone that killed 117 Americans, destroyed thousands of homes and businesses, and did billions of dollars in damage.

The Hacker Family, Milwaukee, WI

After planning for several years, the 40-acre Rotary Centennial Arboretum opens along the Milwaukee River north of downtown this weekend.

kategardiner.com

A UWM School of Freshwater Sciences researcher shares his “big picture” view of the state and future of the Great Lakes, particularly Lake Michigan.

Photo by Corel Corporation

A UW researcher is growing increasingly concerned about the plight of the gray wolf on Wisconsin’s landscape.

Why Do We Use Drinking Water to Flush Our Toilets?

Jul 24, 2013
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The Johnson Foundation is taking a detailed look at how we can transform the nation's water infrastructure.

Three Bridges Park Opening July 20th

Jul 18, 2013
onmilwaukee.com

This summer brings the opening of a new park, one where families can explore and learn about Wisconsin’s ecology.

Pete Rasmussen

Iron and Ashland counties are attempting to exert some control over the huge mine planned for northern Wisconsin.

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Wisconsin has had a June full of flash floods and mudslides. How concerned should we be?

Michele Woodford

The clock is ticking ever closer to Wisconsin’s “still hotly debated” second wolf harvest.

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