This article originally appeared in the Fall 2020 WaterWays newsletter. Download a PDF of the full Newsletter. By Ellen Voss, La Crosse Area AIS Manager Snapshot Day On August 15th, 150 dedicated volunteers from all over Wisconsin donned their masks, rolled up their sleeves, and grabbed... Read More

This is the cover article from our winter 2017 WaterWays newsletter (formerly The Flow). Download a PDF of the full Newsletter. The Next Step  By Raj Shukla Influence is a tricky business. River Alliance of Wisconsin is a water advocacy organization in a time when corporate polluters... Read More

This is the cover article from our fall 2016 FLOW Newsletter. Download a PDF of the full Newsletter. A Word on Our Future By Raj Shukla I paddled down the Kickapoo recently. It was my third time in a kayak. A few months ago my family shuttled across Lake Wingra. A dozen years ago I... Read More

The River Alliance of Wisconsin will receive $5,000 from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to coordinate volunteer monitoring for aquatic invasive species in streams across the state during a one day Aquatic Invasive Species Bridge Snapshot Day on September 10th, 2016. This event... Read More

Wisconsin Land + Water Conservation Association generously provided a forum to the River Alliance at their annual county conservationists meeting on July 21 in Wisconsin Rapids to bring in two dynamic speakers from Iowa—Jennifer Terry from Des Moines Water Works (DMWW), and Craig Cox from the... Read More