Wisconsin Legislature Making Efforts to Help People with Contaminated Well Water

Via WSAW: (WSAW) -- New efforts in the state legislature are looking to help people facing contaminated groundwater throughout Wisconsin. A local group is hoping to push those efforts even further, ensuring state leaders know it is a life-threatening problem in the central sands area. More and more people with private wells are learning they have … Continue reading Wisconsin Legislature Making Efforts to Help People with Contaminated Well Water

Juneau County Lawsuit: Dairy Companies Knew They Were Contaminating Groundwater, Wells

Via Wisconsin Rapids Tribune: MAUSTON - A company fighting for more than six years to build a mega-dairy near Wisconsin Rapids is in a new legal battle over nitrates that contaminated water supplies near another of its operations. A civil case listing 81 plaintiffs, all of whom own property in Juneau County, accuses the company of knowingly … Continue reading Juneau County Lawsuit: Dairy Companies Knew They Were Contaminating Groundwater, Wells

Contaminated Water in Juneau and Wood Counties Brings Potential Legal Action

Via WAOW: CENTRAL WISCONSIN (WAOW) — Two Wisconsin law firms Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C., and Pines Bach LLP will represent residents in a dispute involving big farms. Dozens of residents met with representatives of the law firms Tuesday evening to get a clearer understanding of what lies ahead. Critics claim a concentrated animal feed … Continue reading Contaminated Water in Juneau and Wood Counties Brings Potential Legal Action

Wisconsin Supreme Court Removes Hurdle For Large-Scale Dairy Farm

Via Wisconsin Public Radio: Property rights advocates are hailing a Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling in favor of a proposed large-scale dairy farm in central Wisconsin. Opponents of Golden Sands Dairy insist they are not defeated. The company wants to house 5,300 cows and grow vegetables on almost 6,400 acres of land in Wood County's Town of Saratoga. … Continue reading Wisconsin Supreme Court Removes Hurdle For Large-Scale Dairy Farm