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Posted in: News- Feb 23, 2018 No Comments

This week’s highlights: Waste ponds stay in place, free well water testing, and a drinking water crisis for rural American’s.


River Outreach

River Outreach Underway



Ameren Ash Ponds

Ameren Missouri plans to close all coal ash ponds but will leave waste in place

St. Louis Public Radio


Environmental Award

KC Water receives NACWA national environmental achievement award

KC Water Services


Well Testing

Cooper Health Center offers free well water testing

News Tribune


Power Outages

The interesting reason for widespread St. Louis power outages




Creek Restoration

Big Canyon Creek restoration improves water quality, wins ACEC award in California

PR Newswire


Jeep Ad Protest

Jeep Super Bowl ad protested by fishing group

The Drive


Presidents in Potomac

From skinny dipping to mid-day fishing trips, here’s how presidents enjoyed the Potomac

Potomac Conservancy


Clean Energy?

Is Hydropower “Clean Energy”

American Rivers


Water Crisis

Rural America’s Drinking Water Crisis

New Republic


Fish Extinction

Dams drive risk of fish extinction in the U.S.


Chlorine Alternative

Scientists found an alternative to water chlorination