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Posted in: News- Jul 21, 2017 No Comments
Jul 212017
This week’s highlights: Cars in lake from floods, what fish tell us about water quality, and curing trout streams. MISSOURI

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Posted in: News- Jul 12, 2017 No Comments
Jul 122017
This week’s highlights: Ultrasonic devices on lake improve algae conditions, conservation students clean and explore the Current River, and new lake litter >>Read More

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Posted in: News- Jul 06, 2017 No Comments
Jul 062017
This week’s highlights: Heavy rains lead to floating cows, local group cleans up popular Finley access, and the impact of seagull poop >>Read More

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Posted in: News- Jun 29, 2017 No Comments
Jun 292017
This week’s highlights: Too much water in lake causing earthquakes, dam proposed on the Bourbeuse River, and what to do when caught >>Read More

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Posted in: News- Jun 15, 2017 No Comments
Jun 152017
This week’s highlights: Making human waste into field fertilizers, dead ducks in DC, and using oysters to improve water quality in Pearl >>Read More

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Posted in: News- Jun 08, 2017 No Comments
Jun 082017
This week’s highlights: Breeding Hellbenders at the St. Louis Zoo, damming the Colorado River, and a sneaker turbidity test.

 

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Posted in: News- Jun 01, 2017 No Comments
Jun 012017
This week’s highlights: Hydrilla’s impact on aquatic and human life, Texas County is best tasting water in Missouri, and teaching about the >>Read More

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Posted in: News- May 24, 2017 No Comments
May 242017
This week’s headlines: Floating LOWA’s Big Niangua River Trail, city reducing mowing along streams, and 6 water quality success stories. MISSOURI

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Posted in: News- May 17, 2017 No Comments
May 172017
This week’s highlights: Update on the Wilson’s Creek Swallow Hole, elementary students experiencing the MO River, and a look at how much >>Read More

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Posted in: News- May 11, 2017 No Comments
May 112017
This week’s headlines: Missouri towns and wildlife recovering from floods, millions of Americans unknowingly drinking contaminated water, and an unlikely environmental president.

 

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