• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Proponents seeks wild & scenic river status for Bad River in Wisconsin

Mark Peterson looks out across the woods and waters of the Bad River basin and sees a river of unparalleled wildness and beauty.

But he also sees threats: Erosion that turns the river into a muddy soup. A patchwork of governments with different regulations in all the towns the river runs through. A fragile ecosystem that could be devastated by an oil spill or other damage.

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