Wisconsin Wetlands Notice
Wisconsin Environmental Groups, Developers, Clash Over Property Rights Bill
The WDNR Concurrence purports to concur in a survey of the approximate location of the Ordinary High Water Mark (“OHWM”) of Lake Michigan along a portion of Parcel 100. The designation of the OHWM in the WDNR Concurrence does not cover the entire shoreline of Parcel 100. The WDNR has made no determination of the […]
Property Rights Bill
Hi, Marblehead, Mass., made U.S. history more than a decade ago by becoming the first town to ban lawn and garden pesticide use on public property. We would like to see Door County do the same at all levels, in schools, towns and county government bylaws. According to a Yale University study, children who live […]
West Virginia, Flint and…..WEST BEND, WISCONSIN?
AB 600 puts an estimated 1 million acres of Wisconsin’s wetlands, 20% of all of the remaining wetlands in the state, at risk.
A hearing for Assembly Bill 600 will be held at the State Capitol in Madison on Tuesday, January 5th (12pm, Room 417 N). Please join us at the Capitol on January 5thto register or testify in opposition to this terrible bill. Wisconsin Wetlands Association and many conservation partners oppose this bill because it makes it […]
Another manure spill yesterday. What we heard is 5000 gallons, 9/10ths of a mile and washed off with a septic truck. I guess that explains how human waste markers are found in errant places unsure emoticon We included the manure pages from the Kewaunee County Hazard Mitigation Plan explaining why manure is a concern to […]
Bayfield County Committee Makes Recommendations For CAFO Oversight Operations Permitting For Large-Scale Farms Is Among The Proposals Monday, December 7, 2015, 9:00pm By Danielle Kaeding A proposed CAFO in Bayfield County would include roughly 26,000 hogs. A Bayfield County committee is unveiling its ideas for overseeing large-scale farming in the area, with a requirement for concentrated animal […]
Adam Rodewald, Press-Gazette Media12:43 p.m. CST December 2, 2015 Buy Photo (Photo: File/Press-Gazette Media) State and county officials would be required to identify areas vulnerable to groundwater pollution and enforce manure spreading restrictions on that land under a bill introduced Wednesday by Northeastern Wisconsin lawmakers. State Rep. Eric Genrich and state Sen. Dave Hansen, both […]