environment

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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.

Bob Gross/Hired Lens Photography

Why should the State maintain funding for county conservationists? One analyst explains they help farmers - and Wisconsin's water.

Susan Bence

Michael Pollan is no stranger to the murky world of food production and how we humans fit in the chain.

U.S. Forest Service

As the weather gets nicer, millions of Americans will take to hiking in national forests, trading in the company of man for the company of trees. But as more people take advantage of forests, the increased foot-traffic may actually pose a threat to these natural resources.

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