When people think of what Wisconsin looks like, chances are they think of pristine lakes and rivers threaded through the Northwoods. Or maybe they think of farmland—green fields, black earth, dotted with red barns and spotted cows. These two parts, which sit so naturally together... Read More

In the past several decades, low water levels have occurred in some Central Sands waterbodies. Water levels are driven by weather and land use. Given the explosion in the number of high-capacity wells in the Central Sands region there was concern that the level of groundwater pumping from... Read More

River Alliance of Wisconsin supports the adoption of the NR 151 Draft Rule. The protections in the rule present the only serious regulatory effort to confront Wisconsin’s worsening nitrate contamination problem in groundwater. Despite the proximity to two Great Lakes, most Wisconsinites rely on... Read More