MADISON, WI — Clean Wisconsin applauds Gov. Tony Evers for signing a bill into law on Tuesday that sets up a nutrient pollution trading clearinghouse. Amber Meyer Smith, Vice President of Programs and Government Relations for Clean Wisconsin, made the following statement after the signing:

“This bill provides another option for industry and the farming community to come together to manage nutrient pollution. This is an important measure that is another tool for addressing water pollution in Wisconsin. We applaud authors Sen. Rob Cowles and Rep. Joel Kitchens for involving stakeholders in the process and for building strong bipartisan support for this measure.”