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Ambitious Plan to Clean Milwaukee’s Rivers
A coalition of government entities and advocates is launching an ambitious project to remove that sediment, then restore habitat, improve public access and spur commercial and residential development along Milwaukee's waterways. ... more >>

Process Converts Sargassum Seaweed into Biofuel and Fertilizer
Sargassum seaweed is growing out of control in many regions – it washes up on beaches in huge amounts. Utilizing a new technique, that rotting organic matter could soon be converted into biofuels and other products. ... more >>

Water Restoration and Protection in New York State
New York State has, over the last decade, passed new laws and instituted new procedures to protect New York's water supply and its quality. ... more >>

Mechanical Harvesting Proven Effective on Curly Leaf Pond Weed
Kirksville City Council members voted to approve a resolution to allow weed harvest operations at Forest Lake in Thousand Hills State Park as the invasive curly leaf pond weed is not only negatively affecting recreation activities, but also impacts water quality and the drinking water treatment process. ... more >>

Frankenfish Becoming More Common in Mississippi
The northern snakehead earned its nickname from its creepy appearance and unique ability to survive on land. It's considered an invasive species due its potential to compete with native species for food and habitat. ... more >>

Snow Loss Fueling Harmful Algal Blooms
Continued loss of snow over the Himalayan-Tibetan Plateau region is fuelling the rapid expansion of destructive algal blooms in the Arabian Sea, new research suggests. ... more >>

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Delavan Lake Dredging Clears Natural Filter - In the late 1980s, Delavan Lake turned into an algae soup by mid-summer that discouraged swimming, clogged boat motors and killed off game fish. Farm and residential development around the lake poured nutrient-rich runoff into the watershed and into the lake. Those nutrients fed the algae blooms. Today, a project to redredge the channel in the narrow inlet which was designed to store and collect the sediment flowing into it before it reaches the open water.


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