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#MOwater News: Radium found in West Lake, two huge oil spills, and coal ash rules

Posted in: News- Dec 23, 2014 No Comments
Dec 232014

Radium: Some West Lake samples exceed federal guidelines St. Louis

A long-awaited report on groundwater beneath the radioactively contaminated West Lake Landfill says radium levels >>Read More

This Week in #MOwater: Black and environmental leaders speak out against levee

Posted in: News- Dec 17, 2014 No Comments
Dec 172014

As some green groups use recent civil rights movements to increase their own diversity, Missouri is seeing yet another such partnership down >>Read More

This Week in #MOwater: Beavers and otters, can’t catch a break

Posted in: News- Dec 09, 2014 No Comments
Dec 092014

If you want to know the quality of a habitat, look to the wildlife. How diverse is it? Are animals sickened? Usually >>Read More

This week in #MOwater: Coal ash, road salt brine and new water research from MS&T

Posted in: News- Dec 02, 2014 No Comments
Dec 022014

Sewer Treatment: New EPA/DNR regulations could lead to higher bills Statewide

With the addition of 115,732 miles of protected streams, along with tougher  limits >>Read More

Turkey Week News: CAFO permit granted, a new rainwater collection center, and more

Posted in: News- Nov 26, 2014 No Comments
Nov 262014

Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s what’s happened in water news (and relevant-to-water-news) around the state in the past seven days:


Coal Ash: Missouri Has Much >>Read More

This week in #MOwater: Topeka Shiner redux, Missouri’s shiniest wastewater facility, and Columbia’s (potential) plastic bag ban

Posted in: News- Nov 19, 2014 No Comments
Nov 192014

Don’t call it a comeback: the highly endangered Topeka Shiner is about ten thousand fries closer to its rightful place in Missouri’s >>Read More

This week in #MOwater: CAFO talks continue, and a human-like fish may monitor water

Posted in: News- Nov 11, 2014 No Comments
Nov 112014

Whoa whoa whoa, Missouri, what’s up. Last week was so light, we thought maybe all the state’s water woes were solved! Alas, >>Read More

REI gave MSTWC $5,000. Here’s what we’re going to do with it.

Posted in: Helpful, News, Spotlight- Nov 06, 2014 No Comments
Nov 062014

St. Louisans love their trails, and with those trails come great rivers. Just take a look at the Great River Greenway’s “River >>Read More

This Week in #MOwater: Monsanto eyes election, Lake of the Ozarks water quality study concludes

Posted in: News- Nov 05, 2014 No Comments
Nov 052014

We’re pretty light in water news this week. We bet it’s because of the elections. So that’s fine, we’ll let democracy have >>Read More

This week in #MOwater: Waste spill fuels CAFO concerns, Cities get $14 million in water restoration grants

Posted in: News- Oct 29, 2014 No Comments
Oct 292014

Isn’t fluidity grand? When we started this map thing last week, it was easy enough to frame each water news story into >>Read More