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DNR Seeking Public Comment For Environmental Review Of The Village Of Fox Point Safe Drinking Water Loan Program Project

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced the Village of Fox Point is an applicant for funding through the Safe Drinking Water Loan Program (SDWLP) to address deficiencies in its public drinking water system. The project includes the replacement of lead service lines throughout the Village of Fox Point.

Environmental Protection | Endangered Resources

Incidental Take Notice For Adams And Wood Counties

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) proposes to issue a permit for the "incidental taking" of a rare lizard, which may result from American Transmission Company’s (ATC) X-43 Soil Borings project. Incidental take refers to the unintentional loss of individual endangered or threatened animals or plants that does not put the species' overall population at risk.

Environmental Protection | Public Health | Wastewater

DNR Issues Waukesha Diversion Approval, Implementing Great Lakes Compact Council Decision

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced that it issued the state diversion approval to the City of Waukesha. This approval is the final step in the review process for the City of Waukesha’s application to divert Lake Michigan water for public water supply to the City of Waukesha, and return treated wastewater to Lake Michigan via the Root River.

Enforcement | Recreation | Safety | ATV

Ride Responsibly This Holiday Weekend

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is asking ATV and UTV operators to ride safely this Fourth of July weekend.

Education | Environmental Protection | Public Health | Regulations | Wildlife Habitat

Keep Wildlife Wild: Know What To Do If You Find A Fawn This Summer

As the start of summer brings more opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reminds Wisconsinites and visitors of the possibility of encountering white-tailed fawns.