Clean Waters

What is alkaline water? Would that be okay with you?

What is alkaline water? Is it healthier than spring or tap water? Recent research suggests that alkaline water could offer specific health benefits, but medical and health experts say there could be potential dangers as well. What is alkaline water? Is it healthier than spring or tap water? Are there …

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On the program: Atlantic tarpon, the “king of money”

[ad_1] Atlantic Tarpon. Photo: Robert Michelson The word “Tarpon” conjures up images of the tradition of fishing for large silver fish making dramatic leaps out of the water when hooked. Atlantic tarpons are actually closely related to eels. They may not look at all like their cousins ​​in adulthood, but …

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Discover Lake Erie, and yes walleye is even better

[ad_1] ROCKY RIVER – I’ve been here long enough to remember the heyday of walleye fishing on Lake Erie, when Erie Dearie was king, charter boats numbered 1,200 and the lake had no gobies or zebra muscles. I also remember the time when people complained about the lack of walleye …

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EPA Water Chief on Clean Water Guards – Online Review

[ad_1] WASHINGTON (AP) – To finally determine a sustainable definition of waterways eligible for federal protection under the Clean Water Act, the new water director for the Environmental Protection Agency said everyone affected by the problem will need to be involved. Radhika Fox recently spoke to The Associated Press about …

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Realtors® Shows Pride in Cleaning Florida Waterways | Events

[ad_1] Waterworks will join the fireworks in July, as realtors across Florida participate in the Florida Realtors® Clean Up Florida’s Waters project throughout the month. The statewide push encourages realtors and residents to join forces to pick up trash and clean up lakes, rivers, streams, retention ponds, bays, the Intracoastal …

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VES Land Trust participates in CBF Clean the Bay Day

[ad_1] To welcome new board members Robin Rinaca and Hank Badger, the VES Land Trust board hosted a cleanup challenge in partnership with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) Clean the Bay Day. “The Board of Directors of VES Land Trust is dedicated to serving and conserving the East Coast community …

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Coalition of lawmakers sound the alarm over the Biden administration’s plan to redefine “United States waters” or WOTUS

[ad_1] Congressman Sam Graves (R-MO), member of the transport and infrastructure committee, joined the ranking member of the water resources and environment subcommittee David Rouzer (R-NC) and d ‘other senior Republican leaders to voice concerns about the Biden administration’s intention to rescind the Trump administration’s navigable waters protection rule. The …

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DEP comments on the restoration project of the lower Guyandotte watershed plagued by agricultural runoff and faulty septic tanks | Energy and environment

[ad_1] The Lower Guyandotte River watershed, which spans parts of seven counties, has several hundred streams that do not meet water quality standards. West Virginia environmental regulators are collecting public comment on what they’re doing about this. The State Department of Environmental Protection will hold a virtual meeting via Zoom …

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Gene Chague | Berkshire Woods and Waters: Wildlife offenders beware. Lawmakers are pushing Mass. to enter the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact | Sports

[ad_1] Bills introduced by state officials Lori Ehrlich, Ann-Margaret Ferrante, and Senator Michael Moore (H 904 / S 587) would enter Massachusetts into the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact, a network that aims to reduce poaching of wildlife through information sharing between states and reciprocal recognition of suspensions and revocations of …

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Troutman Pepper Adds Former EPA Water Officer

[ad_1] Law360 (June 18, 2021, 4:52 p.m. EDT) – Troutman Pepper caught a former senior Trump administration official at the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water, adding to his practice group on the environment and natural resources in Washington, DC Anna Wildeman is expected to join the company …

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Hurricane Safety Tips for Pet Owners

[ad_1] The hurricane season lasts from June to November, with the The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predict above-average thunderstorm activity in 2021. Of course, we’re thinking about how to prepare for a weather emergency for our families, stocking up on non-perishable food, water, and making sure we have …

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Just call for clean water | Editorials and columns

[ad_1] Finding a balance between environmental protection and development conducive to economic growth has always been the challenge of environmental regulation. The Trump administration was not interested in balance, however. He easily took away science-based environmental protections for the benefit of developers everywhere. Particularly egregious was the elimination of an …

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Reversal of the water rule deals a blow to agriculture

[ad_1] American Farm Bureau Federation President Zippy Duvall today commented on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) announcement of its intention to rescind the navigable water protection rule. “The American Farm Bureau Federation is extremely disappointed with the announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency of its intention to rescind the environmentally …

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Biparty House caucus proposes alternative infrastructure plan after GOP talks fail in Senate

[ad_1] “Developed with Democratic and Republican lawmakers, this framework contains truly bipartisan policies that can form the basis of a comprehensive package of modernizing our country’s infrastructure systems,” Katko said in a statement. Lamb stressed the urgency of securing a bipartisan agreement to ensure that infrastructure projects involving “bridges, locks, …

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APIPP launches Invasive Species Awareness Week 2021

[ad_1] The Adirondack Park Invasive Plants Program (APIPP) and partners are kicking off this year’s Invasive Species Awareness Week (ISAW), June 6-12, with a free “Love Your Lakes” workshop on Wednesday June 9 at 7 p.m. This online webinar will explore everything novice and experienced boaters alike need to know …

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Ride for the River returns | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Mike Jablonski, left, and Dave Swits greet each other as they near the end of their 30-mile bike ride around Wilmington and Jay during Ride for the River 2017, a benefit for the Ausable River Association. (Business photo – Justin A. Levine) WILMINGTON – The 10th annual Ride for …

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The achievable magic of fishing

[ad_1] CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE STORY OF UP NORTH COVER Trout fishing, standing in the cold, clean waters they ask for, you wave the rod like a magic wand casting a spell – that ten o’clock, two o’clock stroke. You immerse yourself in the serenity, the hum …

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Stormwater management can protect water quality: study

[ad_1] North storm drain showing people recreating too close to a storm water spill in Banks Channel. Photo: Mallin, Grogan study In American bays and estuaries, stormwater runoff is the second leading cause of water degradation. North Carolina’s coastal watersheds are no exception, making stormwater management techniques necessary to maintain …

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Offshore wind will take years to materialize

[ad_1] When the administration of US President Joe Biden this month approved the country’s first large offshore wind farm, it touted the move as the start of a new clean energy industry that by the end of the decade, will create more than 75,000 jobs in the United States. Industry …

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DEC reminds water recreation enthusiasts to clean, drain and dry boats and equipment to protect NYS waters from invasive species

[ad_1] Wed 26 May 2021 1:40 pm Boat stewards to conduct boat inspections and educate the recreating public about boat launches statewide As this year’s boating season officially kicks off, Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Basil Seggos reminded water recreation enthusiasts to do their part to protect New York’s waters …

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Opinion: Are we a gulf or an ocean?

[ad_1] By Mike Beanan Have you ever been on your surfboard and found yourself drifting up the coast? Or while swimming in the kelp forest, do you notice the kelp fronds leaning against the strong current? In 1542, the exploration of the Californian coast by Juan Rodriquez Cabrillo “discovered” the …

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Drain campaign educates boaters about invasive species

[ad_1] When it starts June 4-6, Wisconsin Annual Drainage campaign align with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Free Fishing Weekend and Invasive species Months of action. It is essential for boaters to drain all the water of their boats and equipment before leaving one lake or river and heading …

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Protecting Idaho’s Water Rights | Notice

[ad_1] Effective management of water resources affects the vitality of communities and their ability to grow and develop. Respect for water rights is a central element in the management of water resources. I have been a long-time opponent of federal agencies that erode state water rights practices. I have drafted …

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Alkaline88® and A88CBD ™ expand internationally thanks to a brokerage agreement with the Bellator group

[ad_1] SCOTTSDALE, Arizona – (BUSINESS WIRE) – The Alkaline Water Company Inc. (NASDAQ and CSE: WTER) (the “Company”), producer of its flagship brand Alkaline88®, is the largest independent alkaline water company in the country. The company also produces flavored and ingestible waters and CBD infused waters sold under the brand …

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Summary of New Indiana Wetlands Act Signed By Governor Holcomb

[ad_1] On April 29, 2021, Governor Eric Holcomb signed the Senate Registration Act 389 (“SEA 389”), which makes significant changes to Indiana’s Remote Wetlands program as well as lesser changes to the 401 program. water quality certification. SEA 389 received strong support during the legislative process after passing the Indiana …

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