New federal limits on hazardous “forever chemicals” could mean cleaner, safer drinking water. But some residents may see higher utility bills.
Amid PFAS fears, oversimplified warnings could discourage residents from consuming a food central to Ojibwe lifeways.
Electric grid operators highlight vulnerabilities — dropping supplies as demand rises.
PFAS are the latest concern in Lake Superior, where fishing is central to the lifeways of the Red Cliff Band and other Indigenous nations.
History of deception and coercion threatened tribal rights to hunt and fish in the Great Lakes and inland territory.
Texas and Iowa lead the country in greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture. Wisconsin ranks No. 10. Meanwhile, climate change continues to disrupt farming.
The state of Minnesota is partnering with an engineering firm to investigate ways to destroy ‘forever chemicals.’
The outcome of Sackett v. EPA could roll back the federal government’s authority to regulate wetlands.
Consumers face higher grocery and restaurant bills as the egg industry recovers from a deadly avian influenza outbreak. But prices may have peaked.
Chloride levels are increasing at all Wisconsin monitoring sites and across the Upper Mississippi River basin.
The next Farm Bill is scheduled to come in 2023. It will affect a wide swath of rural America and people in food assistance programs.
‘The nightmare hasn’t really stopped,’ one expert says.