Articles Referencing Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Apr 16th, 2014 by Bruce Thompson
Walker’s policies may help depopulate farms. How will cities be affected?
Apr 11th, 2014 by Dave Schlabowske
Bill to protect bikers and pedestrians and a separate bill allowing biking on state trails after 11 p.m. were both passed by legislature.
Mar 26th, 2014 by Kate Golden
Study says states not prepared for spills from tankers shipping oil from Alberta tar sands.
Mar 14th, 2014 by Dave Schlabowske
Decision on ownership of railroad right of ways could affect bike trails in Wisconsin and nationally.
Feb 7th, 2014 by Dave Schlabowske
Finally some progress. How my advocacy with state and city officials paid off.
Jan 23rd, 2014 by Bruce Murphy
Wind power is booming in surrounding states but declining in Wisconsin. Why?
Press Releases Referencing Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Jul 22nd, 2014 by Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
Urges DNR to Reject Smart Sand Green Tier Application
May 27th, 2014 by City of Milwaukee
The City of Milwaukee will host a one-day-only, first-come first-served backyard compost bin and rain barrel sale on Saturday, June 7th from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Washington Park parking lot at N. 40th St. and W. Galena St.
Apr 23rd, 2014 by Tom Barrett
We’re not surprised that the Public Service Commission continues to politicize a local public works improvement project.
Apr 17th, 2014 by Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Funds will help improve air quality in southeastern Wisconsin
Feb 5th, 2014 by Patricia Jursik
Jursik Says Shoreline Bill Washes Out Trustee Duty to Protect Public Access
Dec 5th, 2013 by Press Release
The City of Waukesha’s revised plan to divert an average of 10.1 million gallons of water daily from Lake Michigan falls short of the protective standards set by the Great Lakes Compact.