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UW-Madison student Kendl Kobbervig created a story map as a way visually present highlights from the Shifting Currents report.

Jones Island rendering by City as Living Laboratory.

A project under development in Milwaukee uses large-scale art to increase city residents' responsibility for—and understanding of—how water quality is connected to everyday choices we make.

More than a decade has passed since the first statewide Waters of Wisconsin (WOW) conversation, and the publication of its definitive report Waters of Wi

Waukesha is the first community to successfully receive permission to buy water from the Great Lakes (specifically, Lake Michigan) under the 2008 Great Lakes Compact.

Is the diversion of Lake Michigan waters Waukesha's only option to secure "a safe and sustainable source of water for its residents"?

June 1990 was a wet one in Brown County with a total of 14.2 inches of rainfall recorded at the Austin Straubel Airport.

I have lived most of my life on the reservation of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa located on the south shore of Lake Superior.

How are we crafting policy to address today’s water challenges and what roles do scientific research and knowledge play in informing these policies?

What if there were a way to reduce toxic chemicals in our Great Lakes and inland waters, while reducing greenhouse gasses, and improving air quality? I think there is a way, and I’ve been working on it for a long time.

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