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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Jun 15, 2017 No Comments

This week’s highlights: Making human waste into field fertilizers, dead ducks in DC, and using oysters to improve water quality in Pearl Harbor.

 

MISSOURI

Swallow Hole

The ‘swallow hole’

River Hills Traveler

Bathroom Fertilizer

Celebrate Ozarks Water: From your bathroom to the fields

KY3

Alley Mill Quarter

Hundreds snap up new Alley Mill quarters at Ozark National Scenic Riverways debut

News-Leader

River Rescue

Celebrate James River Basin Partnership’s 20th anniversary with River Rescue

News-Leader

Sanitarium Spring

Region held ‘the cure’ in healing water springs

News-Press Now

Flush & Forget

How the ‘flush it and forget it” approach could cost you big $$$

KY3

NATIONAL

Daddy Daughter Paddle

Dad paddles Lower Yough with 4-year-old daughter

Canoe & Kayak

Accidental Wetlands

Don’t drain the swamp! Accidental wetlands are good for cities

Discover Magazine

Dead Ducks

Park Service to drain Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool after 80 ducks die

National Public Radio

Strainers and Sweepers

Dealing with strainers and sweepers

Paddling.com

750,000 Idled Acres

Iowa farmers pulling thousands of idled acres into production, hurting water quality efforts, study says

The Des Moines Register

Kid Invention

Remember the kid who invented a way to clean up ocean plastic? He’s back and it’s happening.

Mother Nature Network

Pearl Harbor Oysters

Oyster project aims to enrich water quality at Pearl Harbor

U.S. News