LWVWI Water Education Campaign Resource Page - 2014-15

   
LWV RESOURCES:
LWV Dane County Study Guide Feb. 2014 
- Links to many additional resources. Click here (pdf). 

LWV Lake Michigan Region Program Overview  - Click here (pdf).

WI, IL, MI State Leagues Support Hydrologic Separation March 2014 - Click here (pdf).

OTHER RESOURCES:
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources groundwater page - includes links to information about groundwater quality and quantity, including state initiatives, committees, permit requirements and research: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/Groundwater/

Wisconsin - Active Mining Operations for Fracking Sand. Facilities involved in mining and processing sand in Wisconsin. Much of this sand is used as a proppant injected into oil and gas wells during hydraulic fracturing (fracking) operations. Only facilities with "Active" status are shown. Data Provided by Wisconsin DNR, current as of May 1, 2014. http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/Mines/ISMMap.html  
 

UW Stevens Point Center for Watershed Science and Education houses some of the most valuable research available in Wisconsin on groundwater issues, including data on quantity and quality: http://www.uwsp.edu/cnr-ap/watershed/Pages/GWHome.aspx

 

Wisconsin Institute for Sustainable Agriculture through the UW College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) - provides additional resources and information focused on Ag impacts: http://wisa.cals.wisc.edu/current-projects  

Michigan Sea Grant. The Great Lakes: Vital to Our Nation's Economy and Environment:  http://www.miseagrant.umich.edu/downloads/economy/11-708-Great-Lakes-Jobs.pdf

Failure at the Faucet: Safe, clean drinking water eludes many Wisconsinites 

  • RON SEELY Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, November 8, 2015

Radium levels rise in Wisconsin tap water
Mary Kate McCoy, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism9:06 a.m. CST March 6, 2016


Social Learning in Water Management - 4 articles
The 12/7/2007 edition of the journal "Ecology and Society" was devoted to social learning in water management, with a focus on natural resources and sustainability.  What makes these articles special is their focus on the analysis of what supports social learning and social change in the context of river basin water management in Europe.
 
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