Monday, March 11, 2019

UW-GB students can help address dead land and water

What a great idea: Green Bay's waters have a persistent, pollution-based dead zone, and the groundwaters of eastern Wisconsin suffer from persistent feedlot contamination, so why not introduce young researchers into the area just as persistently?
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay offers water science major
The new degree comes as Gov. Tony Evers recently included borrowing up to $70 million in the state budget for water quality programs. Evers pledged to address drinking water contamination during his first year in office.
Kewaunee County, not far from Green Bay, knows it all too well. 

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