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Why are we in this situation?The 80-year-old Estabrook Dam is currently non-functional (the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources ordered the gates to be opened, and remain open, in 2008 for public safety). The damdegrades the health of the Milwaukee River, impedes fish movement, elevates flood risk for homeowners who live upstream of the dam, and […]
Help Us Change the Course of the Milwaukee RiverWe’re excited to bring the Milwaukee community TWO opportunities to see an amazing new documentary called Return of the River. Return of the River tells the story of a remarkable campaign to set a river free, culminating in the largest dam removal in history. It follows a […]
Tell the Regional Body and Compact Council to Deny Waukesha’s Application to Divert Great Lakes WaterWhile citizens like you have already spoken loud and clear on this issue, Waukesha’s application to divert water from Lake Michigan has been deemed “approvable” by the Wisconsin DNR. With this initial approval, the application has moved ahead in the […]
WAUKESHA WATER DIVERSION REGIONAL PUBLIC HEARING This time, all eight Great Lakes governors and two Canadian premiers are listening. SPEAK UP. BE HEARD. Thursday, February 18, 2016 2pm CST: Public Information Meeting 3pm CST: Public Hearing Carroll University, Shattuck Music Center 218 N. East Avenue, Room 122, Waukesha, WI 53186 NEED A RIDE? Reserve your […]
What is the Polluter Grab Bag?Wisconsin waters are a public resource that is held in trust for us by the State of Wisconsin, meaning their use is meant to benefit the people of Wisconsin. Our waters depend on enforcement of our laws and good government to protect them from many threats that come in different […]
Why protect groundwater?Most people and communities in Wisconsin rely on groundwater as their main source of drinking water. Much of Wisconsin’s land is porous, especially areas of karst soil (which is kind of like swiss cheese running in a swath through the center of the state and across the top of the Milwaukee River Basin), […]