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This week in #MOwater: KC Development, Lake partnership, and Norman the Sturgeon

Posted in: News- May 13, 2015 No Comments
May 132015
Missouri

Norman the Sturgeon: Missouri lake sturgeon program aims to re-establish giant fish St. Louis

Moore, who leads the conservation department’s sturgeon recovery program, said >>Read More

This Week in #MOwater: St. Louis burning, Groundwater restoration comment in Sedalia, local spills and national news

Posted in: News- May 06, 2015 No Comments
May 062015
Missouri

Groundwater Restoration: Public comment period open Sedalia

The Department of Natural Resources is now accepting public comments on the Missouri Statewide Groundwater Restoration Plan. >>Read More

This week in #MOwater: Gasconade sewage, Rural water taste contest winner announced, dog waste and water quality

Posted in: News- Apr 29, 2015 No Comments
Apr 292015
Missouri

Sewage: Pollution in the Gasconade concerns residents Pulaski County

Off the banks of the river, sewage runoff from a nearby Pulaksi County Sewer District >>Read More

This Week in #MOwater: Road Sediment law in Arkansas, Stormwater Legislation in U.S. Congress, and more

Posted in: News- Apr 22, 2015 No Comments
Apr 222015
Missouri

Relaxed Landfill Restrictions: Might pave way for Ameren project Franklin County

A set of proposed amendments to zoning restrictions in Franklin County may pave >>Read More

This Week in #MOwater: Comment on Table Rock, Attend a River Fest, Cheer for New Algal Bloom Tech

Posted in: News- Apr 15, 2015 No Comments
Apr 152015

Holy cow, what a full week! More than half of it’s good news, from new research on satellites for algal bloom warnings >>Read More

This week in #MOwater: Oil & grease spills, questions over new state park, and Springfield’s environmental task force

Posted in: News- Apr 07, 2015 No Comments
Apr 072015
Missouri

Environmental Task Force: Tap water tops list of priorities Springfield

“We’re also the only community in the country that’s looking at drinking water, waste >>Read More

This week in #MOwater: Paddlefish

Posted in: News- Apr 01, 2015 No Comments
Apr 012015
Missouri

Paddlefish: MDC Stocking initiative pays dividends for future Statewide

About 64 adult males and females combined were collected in recent weeks from the James >>Read More

This Week in #MOwater: Greenway Network cleans two biggest rivers, Flood control project in Cape

Posted in: News- Mar 26, 2015 No Comments
Mar 262015
Missouri

Bridgeton Landfill: New health chief promises to study effects St. Louis

The announcement was a change from the limited involvement the health department under >>Read More

This week in #MOwater: Paddling legislations sparks confusion

Posted in: News- Mar 18, 2015 No Comments
Mar 182015
Missouri

Paddling laws: Effort to make paddling laws clearer sparks confusion Statewide

“We’re worried there’s going to be even more public confusion over what floaters >>Read More

This week in #MOwater: Coal Ash Landfill proposed in Springfield, Trash Bash needs volunteers

Posted in: News- Mar 10, 2015 No Comments
Mar 102015
Missouri

Coal Ash Landfill Proposed: City Utilities names potential new site, Sierra Club displeased. Springfield

(Opinion) A DNR report concluded that due to the presence >>Read More