Katy Bailey is one of the people in Portage County who is working for clean drinking water protections. Nitrate, which comes from fertilizer, is one of Wisconsin’s most common water contaminants. Families need help to make sure their drinking water is safe.
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September 17, Chat from 10:00 a.m. – Noon; Paddle 12:30 – 4:00 p.m.
Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge observation deck, Long Lake/Mississippi River/Round Lake paddle
River Alliance of Wisconsin will host our last River Rat Chat of 2022 in Trempealeau, WI. River Rat Chats are a time for River Alliance members and friends to gather and discuss local communities’ water protection challenges and successes.
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November 8 is Election Day. It’s a good time for local groups to review what they can and cannot do to be a voice for clean water in Wisconsin. Advocacy for clean water comes in many forms: it’s not just lobbying and it can be done in a nonpartisan way.