Thursday, December 12, 2019

UPDATE: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Board approves process to move forward on new manure and fertilizer restrictions, with reservations



Reported above and below in Natural Resources Board approves work on manure regulations to protect drinking water.  (Madison.com, 12/11/2019)



Original 12/9/2019 post, "Follow the money on the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Board", starts here.

List of members found at WI DNR

Targeting nitrate: DNR policy board to consider manure regulations aimed at protecting drinking water.  (Wisconsin State Journal, 12/9/2019)
The DNR’s policy board is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a scoping statement, a broad outline of the proposed rule. Approval of the statement would allow the agency to develop detailed rules, a 30-month process that would ultimately require approval from the Legislature.

December 2019 agenda and meeting materials

Related posts:
Kewaunee County: Ground zero for CAFOs and groundwater contamination.  (12/8/2019)
Scott Walker environmental legacy UPDATE: Slashing state spending on environmental protection.  (12/6/2019)

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