This spring, join in on a Wisconsin waterway cleanup near you! Events are grouped by date below. Is there a cleanup near you you'd like us to include below? Email us with the information. Hats off to the many local groups around the state for hosting these important cleanup events.Upcoming... Read More

The content below is a selected article from our winter 2019 WaterWays newsletter. Download a PDF of the full Newsletter.By Natalie DutackEducation and early detection are both important factors in protecting our waters from the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS). Maintaining a committed... Read More

The content below is a selected article from our winter 2019 WaterWays newsletter. Download a PDF of the full Newsletter.By Falon FrenchBusiness owners have a powerful voice when it comes to water policy and advocacy. River Alliance’s Clear Water Business Consortium includes leaders from... Read More

UPDATE 11-7-2018:Among the things to celebrate on November 6th was the 62% ("no mine") result on the Oneida County metallic mining referendum. We are very proud to see Oneida County residents come together to protect their water resources from a sulfide mine at the Lynne Deposit. Kudos to... Read More

This fall, water hyacinth—a prohibited invasive species under NR 40, Wisconsin's Invasive Species Rule—was discovered in Pool 8 of the Upper Mississippi River. Water hyacinth, native to South America, is a highly invasive aquatic plant that can form thick mats and degrade water quality. It... Read More