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John Nolen Drive reconstruction receives $15 million in federal funding

Investment will contribute to reconstruction of on causeway

Science News

The Lab Report: Students use Madison’s lakes to study climate change

Dugan Lab investigates changes in water bodies from climate change, other human activities


Zoning changes in historic districts offer inclusive solution to housing crisis

Transit-oriented development has potential to increase housing density, improve use of space

City of Madison

Teams present on Lake Monona Waterfront Design Challenge

Public survey to be held on design options


Lake Monona’s redesign presents opportunity to expand Indigenous culture, environmental preservation

Committees compete to offer proposal suggestions for Monona's waterfront, leaving room for combatting interests


Hook, line and sinker: Tackling harmful health risks of fish contamination for anglers, greater community

Angling for education, safe consumption habits, environmental change

City of Madison

Body recovered from Lake Monona last Friday identified

Individual identified as 39-year-old Madison resident Christopher H. Blackmer, according to news release

City of Madison

PFAS found in Lake Monona after MGE transformer explosion

The levels found in Monona exceeded state's proposed standard of 20 parts per billion

City of Madison

Dane County Land and Water Resources Department installs filters in Madison lakes to combat algal blooms

Recently installed filters will help prevent potentially life-threatening algal blooms from coming into contact with humans


Experts search for remedy as pollution in Madison lakes becomes cause for concern

Algae blooms and high phosphorus levels indicative of destructive climate change in Wisconsin

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