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Strong Turnout for Area Wetlands Presentations - 5.7.14.pdf

Governor Scott Walker Announces Appointments to Investment and Local Impact Fund Board 5.2.14

Wetlands of the Penokee Hills 4.25.14.pdf

Wild Rice and Kakagon-Bad Sloughs 4.9.14.pdf

EPA and Army Corps of Engineers Clarify Protection for Nation’s Streams and Wetlands: Agriculture’s Exemptions and Exclusions from Clean Water Act Expanded by Proposal


BRWA PR Besadny Grant 10.30.13.pdf

Jauch Calls for G-TAC's Apology.pdf

BRWA PR Loss to Local Regulations Concerns 10.18.13.pdf

BRWA PR comments to DNR on GTac Pre-Application 9.17.13.pdf

BRWA PR Bulk Sampling Application 8.25.13.pdf

NR 115 Opposition PR 8.14.13.pdf

BRWA Grant NFWF PR 8.7.13.pdf

BRWA 10th Anniversary event and Ledder award PR_6.28.12.pdf

BRWA 10th Anniversary Party PR 6.6.12.pdf

Letter to Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 1.26.13.pdf- BRWA letter about position on mining issue that went out to several local papers in addition to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

BRWA AB1_SB1 Statement PR 1.22.13.pdf


BRWA 10 event and Ledder award PR_6.28.12.pdf

BRWA 10th Anniversary Party PR 6.6.12.pdf

BRWA Water Quality Program Press Release_2.14.12.pdf

GLRI_Healing Our Waters CoalitionPressRelease1.26.12.pdf


Devil in the Details of Mining Bill- Ashland Current, December 17, 2011

Back Door Means to Weaken Environmental Protections is Wrong- The Wheeler Report, October 19, 2011

Petition Begins to Maintain Wisconsin Mining Laws- Ashland Current, August 31, 2011

Good News for the Bad River- River Network website, August 12, 2011

Mining for Answers: Committee, public wrestle with lack of information on state mining legislation- Ironwood Daily Globe, June 22, 2011

Community Concern for a Shared Resource: Mining and the Bad River Watershed
- BRWA Press Release May 4, 2011

Local freshwater advocate travels to Washington, D.C.- Ashland Current, March 2, 2011

Chemistry of Natural Waters: A partnership between Northland College and the Bad River Watershed Association- Science Education and Civic Engagement, Jauary 18, 2011

Conservation easements good for the watershed- The Daily Press, January 7, 2011

Pondering the impacts of a potential mine- The Daily Press, December 30, 2010

First Great Lakes Basin Habitat Partnership Project Completed in Iron County, Wisconsin- USFWS November 3, 2010

Conservation is non-partisan- The Daily Press, September 21, 2010

Slowing the flow of runoff- The Daily Press, September 18, 2010

Ten groups recieve state river protection awards- Wisconsin DNR Weekly News, May 4, 2010

BRWA and Northwoods Cooperative Weed Management Area recieve grant awards- The Daily Press, September 21, 2009

Local partnership seeks part of Great Lakes funding- The Daily Press, September 10, 2009

Increasing connections for students and fish- The Daily Press, December 11, 2008

BRWA recieves Environmental Stewardship Award- The Daily Press, July 31, 2008

A watershed event- BRWA gathers for fundraiser- The Daily Press, March 31, 2008

BRWA to accept award- The Daily Press, March 26, 2008

Backing into a big culvert project- in Freshwater Future's "Success Stories" 2006/2007

DNR deems 44 streams exceptional or outstanding- The Daily Press, October 20, 2006

Watershed group helps fish find food more easily- The Daily Press, June 19, 2006

River protection gets thumbs up at hearing- The Daily Press, January 12, 2006

Trout Unlimited Expo draws a crowd- The Daily Press, April 11, 2005

Heart recieves Golden Net award- The Daily Press, March 20, 2005

Learning about Lake Superior's everglades- The Daily Press, August 19, 2003


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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.)

Establish baseline water quality conditions
Outreach and education
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Work with local authorities to address water quality issues
Protective waterway designations
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Large-scale agriculture
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Stream sedimentation, washouts and erosion
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