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Rare legless lizard gets incidental take notice from DNR

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is seeking public input into a telecommunications project which may result in the incidental taking of a...

A warmer, wetter Wisconsin caused by climate change will have severe...

The health effects of climate change on Wisconsinites are starting to emerge and will only get worse as the global situation worsens — especially...

Rising waters threaten Great Lakes communities The ongoing disaster striking the...

Along a shoreline that stretches farther than the combined length of the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, waters driven by climate change have risen as...

Climate group says Wisconsin’s risk of wildfires may be growing

Scenes of forests charred by unprecedented wildfires, skies filled with red-black and orange hues and widespread displacement are still appearing in headlines even after...

DNR: Platteville fish dealer charged for invasive carp sales

The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has announced that a wholesale fish dealer in Platteville is facing state charges for illegally selling species of...

Oconto County manure spill released 790,000 gallons of waste

In July, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) responded to a manure spill near the village of Pulaski, in Oconto County. At the time,...

Deer liver found to have high levels of PFAS

The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has released a report on its examination of the liver of a deer, which was found to have...

DNC rural council meeting leaves out rural Wisconsin

After President Donald Trump won Wisconsin by 23,000 votes in 2016, the Democratic party put a renewed focus on the state and its issues...

Wisconsin Farmers Union grapples with climate change

Wisconsin’s agriculture industry is  contributing to climate change even as the state’s family farmers are set to be drastically hurt by its effects.  Large-scale dairy...

New species of invasive grass found by botanists in Wisconsin

Botanists working with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) have identified a new species of invasive grass in Wisconsin. Research is ongoing to determine...
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