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Where does Wisconsin stand on the potential for nickel mining development?

The quest for new sources of nickel to power the Electric Vehicle (EV) Industry is rapidly accelerating.

Form a group - to learn more about "Nuclear Weapons Today–What You Can Know–What You Must Do"

An Invitation to Form a Group to Learn: “Informative . . . fascinating...” say those who have taken it. We use Zoom and everyone is involved.

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Job Opening - Worker Justice Wisconsin ..... apply by Jan 19

Worker Justice Wisconsin is currently seeking a bilingual (Spanish/English) Administrative Assistant for 20 hours per week. Please forward this job opening to anyone you think would be interested.  The application deadline for January 19.

Fair Maps for All: Front Line Communities Speak Out! - Panel Discussion on Jan 20th!

Fair Maps is an issue that impacts the entire state of Wisconsin. And at the same time, we know frontline communities are under-represented in decision making as it relates to electoral politics. Gerrymandering presents deep obstacles to frontline communities having the necessary channels for their voices to be heard. Join us for an important and powerful Fair Maps for All panel discussion with frontline community leaders throughout WI to more deeply understand what's at stake and how we move forward together.

Job Opportunities - MREA

The MREA in central Wisconsin is looking for talented individuals to join our growing team in one of three newly-created roles. Read more - to learn about the jobs and deadlines in January

The Havens Wright Center is Seeking a New Managing Director - UW-Madison deadline Jan 15

We are hiring a new managing director to run the Havens Wright Center for Social Justice. This is a full-time position in the sociology department, at the University of Wisconsin Madison. For full information on this position, and to apply for the job, please visit the following website.

Letter to the Editor: State of the Menominee River Dec. 29, 2021

As 2021 comes to a close, I would like to offer my “State of the River” address to the people of this Menominee River watershed and beyond.

CSWAB Testimony to the DNR Board on "PFAS in Fish a Risk to Wildlife, not just People"

Following is testimony at the Dec. 10 WI DNR hearing on proposed SURFACE WATER criteria for certain PFASMy name is Laura Olah and I live in Merrimac, Wisconsin, in rural Sauk County, and I am here today on behalf of Citizens for Safe Water Around Badger. I am one of those lucky people who live near the Lower Wisconsin Riverway and have the privilege of observing a wide variety of bird species like the American Bald Eagle – in fact eagles are a big deal where I live.

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