April 14, 2016: High Capacity Wells, Farming and the Little Plover River

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Heard On Route 51
This Thursday, April 14th at 10 am, Wisconsin Public Radio’s Route 51 analyzes a newly released scientific study of the effects of high capacity wells on groundwater and the Little Plover River in the central sands region of Wisconsin.
Host Glen Moberg will moderate a panel discussion with George Kraft, hydrologist with UW Extension in Stevens Point; Tamas Houlihan, executive director of the Wisconsin Potato and Vegetable Growers Association; Scott Krug, Republican Party Assemblyman from the Town of Rome; and Katrina Shankland, Democratic Party Assemblywoman from Stevens Point.
The program will also feature comments from UW Extension geologist Ken Bradbury, the lead researcher for the new study.

Episode Credits

  • Glen Moberg Host
  • Geogre Kraft Guest
  • Tamas Houlihan Guest
  • Katrina Shankland Guest
  • Scott Krug Guest

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