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Environmental Protection | Rivers

Lower Wisconsin Riverway Receives International Designation

The Lower Wisconsin Riverway is now recognized as a Wetland of International Importance by the United States and the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands.

Awards | Environmental Protection | Industry | Safety | E-cycle

E-Cycle Wisconsin Celebrates 10-Year Milestone With 325 Million Pounds Of Electronics Recycled

During the first 10 years of Wisconsin's electronics recycling program, state households and schools recycled 325 million pounds of TVs, computers and other consumer devices, according to the latest data from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Monitoring | Groundwater

DNR Seeks Public Input On Water Quality Standards

The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is beginning a public input process to determine what issues it will work on over the next three years to protect water quality in lakes, streams and rivers.

Recreation | Registration | Regulations | Hunt

Mourning Dove, Early Teal And Early Goose Seasons Open Sept. 1

Hunters can once again head to Wisconsin's fields and marshes on Sept. 1 when the mourning dove, early teal and early Canada goose seasons open.

Monitoring | Watersheds

Help The DNR Plan For The Future Of 25 Wisconsin Watersheds

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is responsible for safeguarding clean waters. Still, the public is an active participant in helping identify protection and restoration priorities and implementing solutions.