Michael Vickerman talks about political support for renewable policies, particularly renewable energy in Wisconsin.
Randy Eide, the director of the public works department in Menomonie, talks about the reduction of phosphorous and suspended solids in runoff water in Menomonie. He walks through several of the programs in place to prevent pollution from runoff water.
Patricia Scott and several local representatives talk about climate change and health issues caused by climate change, concentrating on Dunn County.
This presentation by Kyle Magyera of the Wisconsin Wetlands Association discusses Using Wetlands to Solve Problems. It was part of the normal meeting of the Health Dunn Right Environmental (HEAT) team.
In this presentation Kara discusses the Farmers Union role in advocating for the environment, both involving the state's environment and the close ties of the Farmers Union to Dunn County and the environmental issues here.