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A Busy Month for BRWA

This past month has been full of great opportunities to meet with other groups and individuals who share our enthusiasm for environmental conservation and outdoor recreation. On February 18th-20th, Tony Janisch attended the Wisconsin Wetlands Association Conference in La Crosse, WI. He is shown below presenting information about our Penokee baseline water quality study.

BRWA also attended Canoecopia in Madison, WI on March 7th-9th. This is a large annual event presented by Rutabaga Paddle Sports, which can attract as many as 20,000 people over the course of the three-day event. Our attendance was made possible in part by Freshwater Future and the Indigenous Environmental Network. A special thanks goes out to them and all who volunteered their time in our booth at the event.

 

Threats To Water Poll

Please rank the questions below based on what you believe is the greater threat to water quality in the region. (5 being the highest, 1 being the lowest - use the "+" selector to vote. 5 votes for highest rank, 4 votes for second highest, etc.)

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Large-scale agriculture
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Failing septic/waste treatment systems
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Mining
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Stream sedimentation, washouts and erosion
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Forest management practices
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BRWAs Priorities Poll

Please rank the questions below based on how you believe BRWA should prioritize emerging water quality issues in the region. (5 being the highest, 1 being the lowest - use the "+" selector to vote. 5 votes for highest rank, 4 votes for second highest, etc.)

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Establish baseline water quality conditions
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Outreach and education
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Restore problem erosional areas
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Work with local authorities to address water quality issues
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Protective waterway designations
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