The PFAS rules are a small step in the right direction. But they also show us weaknesses in the system Wisconsin (and almost all other states) has used to regulate toxic substances for almost forty years.
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The University of Wisconsin Agricultural Outlook Forum on Agriculture, Nitrogen, and Water Quality in Wisconsin includes presentations by UW-Madison and Division of Extension experts on the status of Wisconsin’s farm economy.
An afternoon talk on “Water Quality Efforts: External Stakeholders” will include comments from River Alliance of Wisconsin Clear Water Farms Director Mike Tiboris.
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On December 15, 2021, River Alliance of Wisconsin, the Friends of the Baraboo River, and Sauk County Land Resources and Environment Department presented a virtual screening of “Running Free: The Baraboo River Restoration Story.”