Clean Wisconsin on Monday filed a challenge to a wetland fill permit in northern Monroe County because it would allow an out-of-state logging and frac sand company to permanently destroy more than 16 acres of a rare and valuable wetland forest.
Clean Wisconsin, the state’s oldest and largest environmental organization, welcomed the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource’s recently announced plan to provide emergency drinking water to rural residents whose wells have been contaminated by livestock manure.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday undermining years of bipartisan progress aimed at protecting future generations from the most devastating impacts of climate change.
Clean Wisconsin is bringing its annual celebration of Wisconsin’s healthy environment back to the shores of Lake Michigan.
A federal judged on Tuesday ordered the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to review health standards for hazardous air pollutants from 13 types of industrial sources, including tire, plywood, fiberglass, and other facilities.
Common Council’s move to limit sale and use of toxic chemicals good for health, water
Clean Wisconsin, the state’s oldest environmental organization, filed nine legal challenges Friday against the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) over the agency’s recent granting of high-capacity well permits, mainly in the Central Sands region.
Recent Dane County Circuit Court ruling requires additional groundwater monitoring, animal unit cap for Kewaunee County Dairy. Contact: Elizabeth Wheeler, Senior Staff Attorney, 608-347-7613 or firstname.lastname@example.org MADISON — The latest development in Kewaunee...
While solar panels have been around for more than 60 years, they have remained out of reach for people as a technology to create their own power for the vast majority of that time. However, prices have dropped precipitously, and while Wisconsin is lagging behind other...
On Saturday, May 7, anglers will take to Wisconsin’s lakes and rivers for the official start of the fishing season. While this weekend’s fishing opener is a favorite pastime of many Wisconsinites and a way to honor our state’s natural heritage, it also serves as a reminder that anglers need to be mindful of their catch and what they put on their tables.