In a recent “final action”, the EPA announced that it will not “at this time” promulgate new regulations to prevent spills of hazardous
Virginia Water Radio’s episode for the week of September 16, 2019, is “A Duck Trio’s Unusual Visit to Virginia Tech.” The 4 min./31 sec.
This is the third installment of Col. Zachary Miller’s recent road trip around the district. This time he viewed work to replace a number of
When Hurricane Dorian struck the Bahamas, houses on the Abaco islands were stripped of their windows and roofs, while residents – many of them
Research on the logistics of responding to Ebola outbreaks has revealed that an often-overlooked, but critical, factor in resource deployment to
Two anti-establishment candidates in Tunisia's divisive election claim to have won through to a runoff, hours after polling closed in the
Ransome Attachments has been named the first and only distributor of Ditch Doctor Attachments in the United States. This unique hydraulic
The Bureau of Reclamation has released a grant funding opportunity, the “Cooperative Watershed Management Program” to help communities establish
As Donovan Fischer waded in the shallow Rock River near Monterey Park, he saw something bigger than a bottle or fishing pole.
News image: Date: 2019-09-13 00:00:00 Location: Stockholm, Sweden Introduction: The next generation of water
EPA Says There’s No Need for New Hazardous Spill Regs
District Commander on the road (Part 3)
Air barriers explored in latest e-book
Bahamians in Humanitarian Crisis After Dorian Now Denied Ability to Live
Canada Tells Flood Victims It’s Time to Move
EPA rolls back 2015 Waters of the U.S. rule ARTBA says move will reduce