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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Feb 02, 2017 No Comments

This week’s highlights: Update on Lawrence County oil spill, Asian Carp reaching the Great Lakes, and when water attacks.


Record Attempt

Missouri nurse to attempt new distance paddling record

Canoe & Kayak


Trout Stocking

State stocking more trout in Missouri

News-Press Now


Record Breaking

Bass Pro founder’s son breaks Missouri bowfishing record with monster buffalo

Springfield News-Leader


Worsening Oil

UPDATE: Oil spill worse than initially thought




Coal Pollution

Claims coal-fired plant polluted river: utility faces trial

St. Louis Post-Dispatch


Greenlighted Wind

New York just greenlighted the country’s biggest offshore wind farm yet

Huffington Post


Water Attacks

Floods: When Water Attacks

Mother Nature Network


Drought Over

Drought is over in San Diego County, Water Authority declares

NBC San Diego

6,5000 Gallons

6,500 gallons of waste dumped in Black Warrior River near Tuscaloosa




Carp Invasion

Asian Carp invasion reaches Great Lakes

Mother Nature Network


Flooding Fields

Flooding fields for aquifer recharge

Forester Network