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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- May 24, 2017 No Comments

This week’s headlines: Floating LOWA’s Big Niangua River Trail, city reducing mowing along streams, and 6 water quality success stories.

MISSOURI

Reduced Mowing

Springfield reduces mowing along creeks, streams

KY3

Dumping Grease

Missouri business owner charged with dumping grease into river

Fox 2 Now

Good Fishing

Fishing is good despite high water at some Missouri lakes

The Kansas City Star

Dirty Tower

Missouri town with brown water has no record of cleaning it’s water tower

WREG News 3 Memphis

Niangua River Trail

LOWA floats the Big Niangua River Trail

River Hills Traveler

Get Lead Out

Missouri American wants to get the lead out

News-Press Now

NATIONAL

Dry Future

Climate change spells dry times ahead for the west

Grist

6 Successes

Measuring water quality outcomes – six success stories

American Farmland Trust

Sediment Removal

New option presented to remove Lewis and Clark Lake sediment

Sioux City Journal

Hot Salmon

Why California’s salmon species are in hot water

Mother Nature Network

Price of Water

Price of Water 2017: Four percent increase in 30 largest U.S. cities

Circle of Blue

Plastic Battle

Deploying plastic against itself

Forester Network