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Climate change, 'ugly' species and catching rain

Every week, the Freshwater Society publishes a digest of the best regional, national and interntional news articles and research on water and the environment. Scan the articles here, then follow … Read more

Arboretum makes a splash with summer event

Did you know some grasses require a half- inch or less of water each week and on average only need to be mowed once a year? Would you like to … Read more

2009 Nobel Conference to focus on water ethics

Water is not usually seen as an issue to be debated by theologians. However, Larry L. Rasmussen, emeritus professor of Social Ethics at Union Theological Seminary and an environmental theologian, … Read more

Climate, nitrogen flow and 'sneaker males'

Each week, the Freshwater Society publishes a digest of regional, national and international articles and research about water and the environment. Scan the articles here, then follow the links to … Read more

Gray water, revived rivers, and a new day for Venetian tap water

Each week, the Freshwater Society publishes a digest of some of the best regional, national and international articles on water and the environment. Scan the articles here, then follow the … Read more

Oil slicks, estrogen in the water, and rooftop farming

Each week, the Freshwater Society publishes a digest of some of the best regional, national and international articles on water and the environment. Scan the articles here, then follow the … Read more

Infested lake waters, trash burners and lawn-mowing goats

Each week, the Freshwater Society publishes a digest of some of the best regional, national and international articles on water and the environment. Scan the articles here, then follow the … Read more

Sensors speed water quality research

Each week, the Freshwater Society publishes a digest of some of the best regional, national and international articles on water and the environment. Scan the articles here, then follow the … Read more

League plans 5/21 forum on water quality

The South Tonka League of Women Voters, with assistance from the Freshwater Society, is sponsoring a public forum at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 21, on the water quality of Minnesota’s … Read more

Wisconsin research targets farm runoff

Each week, the Freshwater Society publishes a digest of some of the best regional, national and international articles on water and the environment. Scan the articles here, then follow the … Read more

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