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Fixing Household Leaks

1/17/2019
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Fixing household leaks is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Save the Rain in Syracuse

1/16/2019
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Empty lots are being turned into park-like urban rain gardens in Syracuse, New York. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Water footprint of Biofuels

1/15/2019
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Burning biofuels may release fewer greenhouse gases than gasoline, but what is their impact on water? Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Roadside Ditches

1/14/2019
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With a few alterations, ditches can reduce flooding and water pollution. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Watersense Certified Products

1/11/2019
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This label certifies products that use water efficiently, while maintaining peak performance. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Mighty Mississippi

1/10/2019
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This great river is the second longest in the U.S. and flows through 10 states. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Arsenic

1/9/2019
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This naturally occurring chemical can leach into ground and surface water. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Protecting birds on the ground and in the air

1/8/2019
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The western Lake Erie basin is an important stopover site for migrating songbirds, so it’s important to consider them when looking at wind energy. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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A conservation effort that’s all it’s quacked up to be

1/7/2019
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A group of organizations are helping one landowner revert some of his property back to its native state. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Minnesota phosphorus ban

1/4/2019
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To purchase lawn fertilizer with phosphorus in this state, you’ll need a soil test. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Are you rain ready?

1/3/2019
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An online tool helps homeowners estimate, and reduce, their flood risk. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Why migrating birds might backtrack (at least a little ways)

1/2/2019
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When birds that migrate at night find themselves over water when the sun comes up, they head for the nearest shoreline – even if it means backtracking. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Milwaukee War Memorial

1/1/2019
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The parking lot for the Memorial is getting a green facelift. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Lake trout stocking

12/31/2018
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Overfishing and predatory sea lampreys almost wiped out lake trout in the Great Lakes, but after years of stocking, lake trout are reproducing and are self-sustaining in Lake Superior. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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A Super Highway for Aquatic Invaders

12/28/2018
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The system of locks and canals that allowed ships to bypass Niagara Falls suddenly created a path for invasive species. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Too Much and Not Enough Water

12/27/2018
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Climate change is expected to deal multiple blows to water resources in New York. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Protecting a Stream’s Comfort Zone

12/26/2018
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Using a three-zone buffer system around a stream can dramatically improve water quality. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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An Iconic Waterway

12/25/2018
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The Erie Canal introduced a new path to the west by connecting Albany to Buffalo. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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The Tale of the Lackawanna River

12/24/2018
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A community’s perception of their river had to be changed before they believed it was worth the effort to clean it up. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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Bioacoustics in the Great Lakes

12/21/2018
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By recording underwater sounds in the Great Lakes, researchers can learn more about fish habits and distribution. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.

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