IWRRI Seminar – “Let’s Talk About Poop: Sources and Solutions of Waste in Waterways”

Please help us welcome: Hope Braithwaite Utah State University, Department of Watershed Sciences presenting "Let's Talk About Poop: Sources and Solutions of Waste in Waterways"  Tuesday Sept. 6, 2022 11:30-12:20 MT (10:30-11:20 Pacific) Locations:    UI-Moscow @ CNR 14 UI-Boise @ Water Center 250 ISU-Pocatello @ Physical Sciences Room 232 or join us from anywhere on Zoom at:  https://uidaho.zoom.us/j/88575032383
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World Rivers Day

World Rivers Day is a celebration of the world’s waterways. It highlights the many values of rivers and strives to increase public awareness and encourages the improved stewardship of rivers around the world.
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Supreme Court tees up wetlands fight that could cuff EPA

National News
E&E News Idaho landowners Chantell and Michael Sackett are behind a new Supreme Court case that could upend Clean Water Act precedent. Pacific Legal Foundation The Supreme Court’s decision today to take a fresh look at the scope of the Clean Water Act could impair EPA’s ability to protect isolated wetlands and ephemeral and intermittent streams. It’s the latest brawl the high court has agreed to tackle with the potential to reshape national environmental policy. “They very well could address this whole issue fresh, what we call de novo, look at it in light of what the language of the statute really means,” said Larry Liebesman, a senior adviser at Dawson & Associates, a consulting firm that specializes in permitting. “With a 6-3 majority conservative, there’s a fair chance they may…
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