New law will let property-owners develop “substandard lots,” eroding protections intended to preserve scenery and water quality.
There aren’t enough votes to move Wisconsin Senate bill, but new efforts are advancing in the state to curtail local control and remove river protections.
Elected officials in Wisconsin want to let company ignore zoning after court decision upholding protections.
Workshop will offer numerous learning opportunities about cherished lakes in the upper St. Croix watershed.
Northern Wisconsin town got its start as an Ojibwe village.
A Wisconsin company is helping cheese factories reduce pollution while making electricity.
The final stretch before the Apple River joins the St. Croix offers a short, sweet and wild adventure.
A broad effort to clean up the Apple River and reduce its harmful impacts on the St. Croix is getting underway, funded by two new grants.
The Namekagon Art and Music Fest will feature artists exhibiting their work and presentations and activities for kids, adults, and families.