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Environmental review of the City of Platteville project for the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program (SDWLP)
MADISON, Wisc. - The City of Platteville is an applicant for funding through the SDWLP to address deficiencies in their public drinking water system. The projects include the replacement of lead service lines throughout the City of Platteville.
Central Office
Thursday, April 19, 2018 8:45:32 a.m.
CWD detection in a wild deer in Eau Claire County will result in a renewal of the baiting and feeding ban
MADISON - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has confirmed that a wild deer has tested positive for chronic wasting disease in western Eau Claire County, near the town of Brunswick.
Central Office
Wednesday, April 18, 2018 2:36:08 p.m.
Environmental review of City of Viroqua project for the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program (SDWLP)
MADISON, Wisc. - The City of Viroqua is an applicant for funding through the SDWLP to address deficiencies in their public drinking water system. The project entails the replacement of lead service lines throughout the City of Viroqua.
Central Office
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 4:13:26 p.m.
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Focus on safety for a successful spring turkey season
MADISON -- Approximately 80,000 hunters will be heading to the field for the 2018 spring turkey hunting season, with the first period starting April 18.

Central Office
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 3:58:35 p.m.
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Spring walleye fishing tips from a longtime fish manager
MADISON - Walleye will be high on anglers' target list when the regular fishing season opens May 5. It's a good bet many anglers will be stalking ol' marble eyes whether from a boat, shore, or they may even need tip-ups in the still frozen northern lakes.

Weekly News
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 1:02:51 p.m.
Hundreds of walleye waters will offer great fishing in 2018
MADISON - Anglers in Wisconsin will likely find far more walleye waters to fish than they'll have time to visit in 2018.
Weekly News
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 1:02:51 p.m.
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Wisconsin-grown trees and shrub seedlings still available for spring 2018 planting
MADISON -- The Spring 2018 Reforestation Program seedling sales are still in full swing. While the weather hampered some of our harvesting efforts, we have been busy at the Wilson State Nursery in Boscobel, lifting, grading and preparing seedlings for distribution to the landowners and managers of the states forestlands.

Weekly News
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 1:02:51 p.m.
2018 revision to the Broad Incidental Take Permit and Authorization for activities with no or low impact to endangered resources in Wisconsin
MADISON -- The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources proposes to revise the Broad Incidental Take Permit and Authorization for No and Low Impact Activities. A number of activities that have no or low impact on endangered or threatened plants and animals are covered by this broad incidental take permit and authorization. Incidental take refers to the unintentional loss of individual endangered or threatened animals or plants that does not put the overall population of the species at risk.
Weekly News
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 1:02:51 p.m.
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Still time to donate to the Endangered Resources Fund
Help Wisconsin bats and over 700 rare species and State Natural Areas
MADISON - International Bat Appreciation Day is today, April 17, and one easy way to show appreciation for Wisconsin's native bats is to donate to the Endangered Resources Fund.

Weekly News
Tuesday, April 17, 2018 1:02:51 p.m.
Environmental review of the City of Two Rivers' project for the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program (SDWLP)
MADISON, Wisc. - The City of Two Rivers is an applicant for funding through the SDWLP to address deficiencies in their public drinking water system. The projects include the replacement of old water mains on Adams Street and 27th Street and the installation of 300' of new water main on 37th Street.
Central Office
Monday, April 16, 2018 3:47:04 p.m.
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