MADISON, Wisconsin – Where should state environmental officials focus efforts to protect surface water quality in Wisconsin over the next three years?
State officials are seeking public comment on a draft list of five water quality standards topics proposed as Priorities for protecting Wisconsin’s lakes and rivers. Specifically, these priorities relate to the protection of public health, recreation, fish and other aquatic communities within the state’s waterbodies.
This prioritization process, which occurs every three years, is called the triennial standards review.
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