Water Contamination Panel Discusses Problems, Solutions Monday in Nekoosa

Via Wisconsin Rapids Tribune: NEKOOSA - Some private wells in central Wisconsin contain seven times as much of the standard level of harmful contaminants, but at least one expert says there are ways to combat the problem using solutions from northern Europe.   Infants and women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant are the … Continue reading Water Contamination Panel Discusses Problems, Solutions Monday in Nekoosa

Hundreds Pack H.S. Auditorium to Learn About Nitrate Contaminated Wells

Via WSAW: The auditorium at Nekoosa High School was filled with people Monday night hoping to learn about the latest data and potential solutions from a panel of experts talking about contaminated water in the central sands area of Wisconsin. The panelists included Ken Bradbury from the Geological Natural History Survey, Mark Borchardt from the … Continue reading Hundreds Pack H.S. Auditorium to Learn About Nitrate Contaminated Wells

Wood County Groups Host Bipartisan Panel on Groundwater Contamination

Via Wisconsin State Journal: Democratic and Republican lawmakers are scheduled to join farmers and researchers next week for a panel discussion of drinking water contamination in central Wisconsin. The Jan. 6 panel, organized by the Wood County Citizens Groundwater Group, will include State Geologist Ken Bradbury, US Department of Agriculture microbiologist Mark Borchardt, Sarah Yang, … Continue reading Wood County Groups Host Bipartisan Panel on Groundwater Contamination

Discussion on Groundwater Contamination in Central Wisconsin Planned for January 6

Wood County, Wis. [Dec 20, 2019] – A panel discussion on science and solutions for groundwater contamination in central Wisconsin will take place on January 6 at 6:30 p.m. at the Nekoosa High School Auditorium, organizers confirmed today. The event is free and open to the public. Organized by the Wood County Citizens Groundwater Group, … Continue reading Discussion on Groundwater Contamination in Central Wisconsin Planned for January 6