For the first time in history, the...Read More
It’s almost Thanksgiving, and as usual, we’ve got water on our mind. With all the cooking (and dishes to clean), we were wondering how much H20 is involved in the annual festival...Read More
In the land-locked state of Iowa, there’s a whole new twist on island life: the city of Dubuque is installing floating...Read More
Can you even begin to imagine a day without water? That's what we'd like you to do on Oct. 12: "Imagine a Day Without Water." Not just your personal use of water – brushing your teeth, flushing your toilet, taking...Read More
The nation’s water infrastructure got some great news in July: The Environmental Protection Agency chose 12 projects to apply for the first Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act loans.
You may recall that we wrote extensively about WIFIA, starting back in 2012. Former LCA general manager and chief financial officer, Aurel Arndt,...Read More
August is National Water Quality Month, a time to celebrate — and appreciate — the role that clean, drinkable water plays in our lives.
We’ve compiled a list of 9 things that you can do show your appreciation for, and commitment to, clean water. But don’t just do them this month: Every month should be Water...Read More
The good news is that there’s a new ally in the fight against toxic algae: underwater robots.
The bad news is that the algal blooms on Lake Erie “are expected to be worse than normal this year, well above the size at which they can potentially become harmful to aquatic life and even humans,” according...
We’re blessed with an abundance of waterways in the Lehigh Valley — ponds, lakes, rivers and streams all give us ample opportunity for swimming, boating, and fishing. Anglers are especially lucky, as the region boasts a number of high-quality trout streams.
There are steps we can all take in order to keep these waterways healthy, though...Read More