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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Nov 04, 2016 No Comments

Some of this week’s highlights: Water resource strain in MO, new way to recycle tires, and water on the ballot across the US

 

MISSOURI

Rubber Roads

Pettis County Commission tests new road material

Sedalia Democrat

Sunken Treasure

New treasure awaits Steamboat Arabia crew

The Kansas City Star

Scream Clean

Scream Clean trades trash for treats

Fulton Sun

Farmer Funding

James River Basin farmers eligible for funding through conservation program

KY3

River Keeper

Making a Difference: Eleazar Soto

Christian County Headliner

Water Strain

Drought, population growth could strain water sources in Southwest Missouri

The Joplin Globe

Sewage Overflow

St. Louis among the U.S. cities with the most sewage overflow

St. Louis Public Radio

NATIONAL

Veins of US

The veins of America: Stunning map shows every river basin in the US

Daily Mail

Trash Man

My Job: The man who cleans DC’s nastiest water

Adventure Journal

Salty Spill

Mining company plans to dump saltwater into Missouri River

San Francisco Chronicle

Pipeline Protests

Why Hollywood, environmentalists and Native Americans have converged on North Dakota

The Washington Post

Vote Water

2016 Election: Water on the Ballot

Circle of Blue

Bizarre “Lake”

Bizarre ‘lake under the sea’ discovered that kills whatever swims there

Mother Nature Network

Pumpkin Paddling

He couldn’t break the record for pumpkin-growing – so he broke out a paddle

NPR