Thursday, July 18, 2019
CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: Connecticut State Parks “The Sky’s the Limit” 2019 Hiking Challenge

Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) today announced a great opportunity to hike 14 of Connecticut State Parks “Supervisor and Staff Picks” and receive a “Sky’s the Limit” hiking staff medallion or pin for your efforts.
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COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT: State health department denounces Title X rule

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has denounced the new U.S. Department of Health and Human Services rule that makes substantive changes to the Title X Family Planning Program and jeopardizes access to critical reproductive health care services, including cancer screenings, for thousands of Coloradans.
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OREGON DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY: DEQ offers free well water testing in Klamath Basin

The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality is offering free well water testing in the Klamath Basin as part of a groundwater quality study.
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CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION: DEEP Working with Marinas and Boaters to Keep Connecticut Waters Clean

Recreational boaters and marine facility operators in Connecticut continue to demonstrate their strong commitment to clean and healthy waters.
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DELAWARE NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL: DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife to begin spraying mosquito larvae in wooded wetlands

DNREC’s Mosquito Control Section within the Division of Fish & Wildlife is scheduled to begin its annual spring woodland pool spraying on Tuesday, March 19 to control immature aquatic mosquito larvae in wooded wetlands near select populated areas.
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY: Mark World Water Day with an MDEQ grant application

Do your part on the 26th anniversary of World Water Day by applying for a Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) grant or loan.
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MINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY: Amid positive fish research, St. Louis River Area Of Concern receives approval to remove impairment listing

At the recent 9th Annual St. Louis River Summit held in Superior, Wisc., it was announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) agreed with the states’ recommendations to remove the Fish Tumors and Other Deformities Beneficial Use Impairment (BUI) identified for the St. Louis River Area of Concern.
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