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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.

Little Plover River Runs Dry, Barb Feltz

The campaign TV ads have stopped, the robocalls have ended, and the campaign literature is on the way to the recycle bin.

Near true-color image of Green Bay from October 1999, showing the immense scale of the algal bloom in the bay.

Welcome! This is the first of what will be many pieces on how different people relate to our shared waters.

Sandra Postel, director of the Global Water Policy Project, discusses local and global water challenges as part of the Wisconsin Academy’s renewed Waters of Wisconsin Initiative.

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Wisconsin Academy Supports the Natural Areas Preservation Council

Gloeotrichia echinulata colonies look like pale green to light olive-green pinhead-sized spheres in the water. Photo by Gina LaLiberte/DNR

Unsightly multi-colored algal blooms appeared earlier than usual on lakes across Wisconsin in the summer of 2012.

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