News from October, 2015

Public Comment on Proposed CAFO in Green County

On behalf of Lower Sugar River Watershed Association (LSRWA) board of directors, President, Susan Lehnhardt recently submitted comments for public record regarding the proposed large dairy CAFO in Green County's Sylvestor Township. The... <read more>

Dying clams are telling us a story, but are we listening?

Steve Apfelbaum's article, "Let's heed the message of dying clams in the Sugar River" was published in the October 16th edition of the Janesville Gazette. Steve is a senior ecologist with Applied... <read more>

Paddlers “Get to Know Their Watershed” on Sunday Afternoon Paddle

Watersheds provide numerous and diverse services to humans, according to the EPA's online Watershed Academy.  These include the purification of air and water, detoxification and decomposition of wastes, regulation of climate, regeneration... <read more>

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