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Amid Crowded, Confusing Agenda, What might President’s Infrastructure Plan Hold for Inland Rivers?

Among the many many plans and priorities offered by the incoming Presidential administration, it’s been easy to overlook the promise for a massive infrastructure program that would create jobs and

#TBT: “River Therapy”

We’ve maybe all heard of “retail therapy,” where a good shopping trip helps take your mind off your troubles.

#TBT: 2016, when we could no longer see water problems as “just” science or engineering

It is arguable that water issues have never been “just” a matter for science and engineering, but 2016 certainly marks a turning point: the biggest water stories in the past year cannot be fully un

#TBT: Headwaters Dams on the Mississippi River

In the dead of winter, the Mississippi River in the Twin Cities appears sluggish, barely moving under a thin sheet of ice or snow.  Water continues to course over St.

We Are Water: Water/Ways Goes to Lanesboro

Of course, in a literal sense, we ARE water: some 70% of our body is water.