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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Jun 01, 2017 No Comments

This week’s highlights: Hydrilla’s impact on aquatic and human life, Texas County is best tasting water in Missouri, and teaching about the Missouri River.


Hydrilla Problem

Invasive Hydrilla a problem for aquatic life and humans

Springfield News-Leader

Algal Toxins

Algal Toxins in 2016

Lakes of Missouri Volunteer Program

Water Tower Drones

Using drones to inspect Missouri water towers

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Best Tasting

Texas County PWSD 1 named “Best Tasting Water in Missouri”

Ozarks First

Flood-Effects Canoeing

Watch for flood-effects before canoeing

Christian County Headliner


Over Half Polluted

More than half of Iowa water bodies tested are polluted

The Gazette

Rachel Carson Stormwater

Beaufort and scientists partner for stormwater study

Public Radio East

MO River Classroom

In the classroom: getting to know the Missouri River

3 News Now

Lakes and Leaks

Lakes and leaks

Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette


Plastic-eating microbes might be evolving in our oceans

Mother Nature Network

Free Water Improvements

Water quality can improve by 20% – without cost


Water Rights

We’re not keeping it local

Forester Network

11 Tons

Volunteers remove more than 11 tons of trash from Missouri River