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Running Free: The Baraboo River Story

December 15, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. | Running Free: The Baraboo River Restoration Story

Virtual screening and Q&A

Join River Alliance of Wisconsin, the Friends of the Baraboo River and Sauk County Land Resources and Environment Department for a virtual screening of “Running Free: The Baraboo River Restoration Story.” The free event will include a Q&A with Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Deputy Secretary Todd Ambs and Friends of the Baraboo River board member Joe VanBerkel. The film is an inspiring look back at efforts to remove dams to improve water quality, tourism, and access to the free-flowing Baraboo River.

LATEST BLOG POST

What happened to Wisconsin’s rules on nitrate contamination?

What happened to Wisconsin’s rules on nitrate contamination?

We won’t give up on the work to protect Wisconsin’s water from nitrate pollution. However, today we heard from the DNR that NR 151 rule revisions intended to curb agricultural pollution won’t be completed. Learn why this important, science-driven effort was effectively blocked by the State Legislature’s broken rulemaking process.

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