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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Jul 01, 2016 No Comments

Some of this week’s highlights: Clean Water Commission updates, youth involved in water quality, and using algae to measure water quality.


Clean Water Commission

Gov. Jay Nixon vetoes changes to Missouri Clean Water Commission

Kansas City Star


LOWA Efforts

Water quality importance in lakes and rivers




University of Missouri Extension recommends well water test amid drought

Hannibal Courier-Post


Watershed Committee Ozarks

Every drop of water…is a precious resource



Unique Nature Camp

GLADE – a unique, fun learning experience

Ozarks Water Watch


Ozark’s Offerings

Ozarks offer something for everyone

Columbia Daily Tribune


Harmful Blooms

CDC launches first national reporting system for harmful algae blooms and associated illnesses

Center for Disease Control and Prevention


Buffalo R. Hogs

Independent evaluation to be conducted at hog farm

Arkansas News


Algae Key

Group of tiny algae could be key to measure nutrient pollution in freshwater



MillerCoors + Rivers

MillerCoors and River Network partner on water conservation

Mother Nature Network


CA Hidden Freshwater

California’s hidden freshwater reserve, public water supply perceptions

Water Technology Online


Water Pipeline

Opinion: How about a water pipeline to Colorado

Leavenworth Times