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This Week in #MOWater News

Posted in: News- Sep 01, 2017 No Comments

This week’s highlights: MO River Relief taking 4th graders on the river, tackling trash in the Meramec, and paddling through pollution.

MISSOURI

Tackling Trash

Volunteers tackle trash along Meramec River and tributaries

KLPR 11

 

4th Grade on the River

Missouri River Relief teaches Columbia fourth graders about rivers

KOMU

 

Labarque Creek

Living St. Louis – Labarque Creek

Nine Network

 

Lead Waste

Big River still dealing with lead mining waste

KBIA

 

Lake Changes

Changes proposed to some water quality standards for Missouri Lakes

Lake News Online

NATIONAL

Hazardous Harvey

ExxonMobil refineries damaged in Hurricane Harvey, releasing hazardous pollutants

Washington Post

 

Improve Water Quality

We can all take steps to improve water quality

Tallahassee Democrat

 

Coffee Quality

Coffee-ring patterns offer clues to tap water quality

Chemistry World

 

Saving Wild

The Wild – How do you save what you love?

Orvis

 

Paddling Pollution

Water quality activists paddle path of pollution on Winooski River

VT Digger

 

Harming Invertebrates

The escalating use of pesticides harming already imperiled aquatic invertebrates

Alternet

 

Salmon Nightmare

‘Environmental Nightmare’ after thousands of atlantic salmon escape fish farm

National Public Radio