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Growing statewide interest in urban agriculture

On a sunny May afternoon, Alan Crossley tends his backyard “farm” in the Tenney-Lapham neighborhood to the tune of his four chickens — the...

DNR wants to add 7K acres in Northwestern Wisconsin

The state Department of Natural Resources wants to add more than 7,000 acres to its holdings in northwestern Wisconsin in a deal that builds...

Pollinator gardens boast great benefits

Whether planting a garden, enjoying the beauty of your landscape or sitting down to a delicious meal, you have bees, butterflies and other pollinators...

Wisconsin’s Bee Problem

As reported by Urban Milwaukee, Wisconsin has a bee problem. The state’s honeybee colony die-off rates, among the highest in the nation, last year...

Wisconsin experts want to avoid a Flint, MI water crisis

Citing the 25-year old Lead and Copper Rule, several Wisconsin and national experts and regulators are saying the rule is failing to protect Wisconsin's...

Waukesha’s Water Diversion Request 101

In a two part series in the MinnPost, Ron Meador interviews author Peter Annin who, as Meador points out, literally "wrote the book on...

Local water infrastructure expert weighs in on Waukesha water debate

Lynn Broaddus, President of Broadview Collaborative and a Brookings Fellow of Metropolitan Policy, is one of the foremost experts on sustainable water infrastructure in...
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