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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Nov 17, 2017 No Comments

This week’s highlights: Rare trout getting help from a bridge, a Canadian fisherman’s reminder of how litter can impact fish, and how to ensure your marriage survives a canoe trip.

MISSOURI

Bridge Ally

Rare McCloud rainbows in Crane Creek get unusual ally: a new bridge

Springfield News-Leader

 

Under Water

Missouri Under Water

The Weather Channel

 

Access Study

Auxvasse Creek access points being studied

Fulton Sun

 

Winter Trout Fishing

MDC offers winter trout fishing in St. Joseph

Missouri Department of Conservation

 

Farm Research

Missouri farms join research project to boost production, protect the environment

Missouri Net

 

DNR Seeks Comments

DNR seeks public comment on proposed changes to water quality standards

Centralia Fireside Guard

 

NATIONAL

Toxic Algae Outbreak

Algae toxins in drinking water sickened people in two outbreaks

National Public Radio

 

Sweet Contamination

Artificial sweeteners in groundwater indicate contamination from septic systems

Phys.org

 

Enterprise Donation

Protecting rivers and watersheds get a $30 million boost from Enterprise

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

 

Canoeing 50 States

One man, his canoe, and all fifty states

American Rivers

 

No Divorce Canoe Trip

How not to get a divorce on a canoe trip

Canoe and Kayak

 

Underground War

$300 billion war beneath the street: fighting to replace America’s water pipes

New York Times

 

Fish Litter

Fisherman catches fish that grew around a drink wrapper

Fox News