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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Jul 12, 2017 No Comments

This week’s highlights: Ultrasonic devices on lake improve algae conditions, conservation students clean and explore the Current River, and new lake litter program in New York.


Conservation Students

Conservation students take on unique jewel of Missouri’s waterways

River Hills Traveler


Ultrasonic Algae Control

New devices installed at Sugar Creek Lake to improve water quality

Moberly Monitor


A Year in the Life

A Year in the Life of Missouri’s Rivers

Missouri Conservationist


No Safe Tire

No tire is safe: enter the Mighty 211 Stream Team

River Hills Traveler


Clean and Safe

Stream Teams make Jacks Fork cleaner and safer

The Licking News


Free River Trip

MDC to Host Free Missouri River Trip in August

KSIS Radio


Radioactive Contamination

Possible radioactive contamination found in St. Louis County




Onondaga Lake

Block Litter program meant to improve water quality in Onondaga Lake




Edisto group backs S.C. Adopt-A-Stream program

Aiken Standard


Water and Birds

Water and Birds in the Arid West: Habitats in Decline



Asian Carp

Asian Carp invading the Great Lakes

Press Herald


Fish-Stealing Snake

‘Huge’ snake steals, eats fish caught by Iowa fisherman



Neuse River Pollution

Why the Neuse River is a part of me

American Rivers