Broadview Collaborative, Inc.


Up until recently, when I thought of nutrient pollution I tended to think in terms of eutrophication, the over-fertilized condition that boosts the growth of algae and bacteria, which can then lead to low oxygen levels and fish die-offs when those algae die and decompose.  It’s plain old yucky and can really take away your appetite for wanting to take a dip on a lazy summer day. But lately I’ve been starting… Read More

As someone who follows U.S. water issues fairly closely, especially those associated with the water-energy “collision” as the Union of Concernced Scientists so aptly calls it, I thought that hydraulic fracturing was a distant concern for those of us who live in Wisconsin.  The latest newsletter of the River Alliance of Wisconsin has corrected my error. I knew that hydraulic fracturing, practiced primarily in Colorado and surrounding regions, as well as sections of… Read More