Wisconsin State Journal / 10.22.2016

For almost five years, a small group of dedicated public servants has been working behind the scenes on a novel way to dramatically cut the phosphorus pollution that’s entering Madison-area lakes. About two dozen mostly government employees with the state, Dane County, Madison, other municipalities and the sewer district have been working on the ambitious plan, called adaptive management, and collectively raising more than $5 million per year to fund it. Click here to continue reading