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Cry Me a River: Following a Watershed's Winding Path to Sustainability

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A dot on a map of the United States, Cherokee Marsh in Wisconsin is central to the Yahara watershed.

A dot on a map of the United States, Cherokee Marsh in Wisconsin is central to the Yahara watershed.

Credit: City of Madison, Wisconsin


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The Yahara River watershed extends through the city of Madison, Wis., and beyond.

The Yahara River watershed extends through the city of Madison, Wis., and beyond.

Credit: Blake Draper


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Prairie fringes the Yahara River, which flows into Lakes Mendota and Monona.

Prairie fringes the Yahara River, which flows into Lakes Mendota and Monona.

Credit: Sam Zipper


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The Yahara watershed encompasses marshes and lakes, prairies and forests.

The Yahara watershed encompasses marshes and lakes, prairies and forests.

Credit: Blake Draper


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Algae cover the surface of Lake Mendota, likely the result of fertilizer flowing downstream.

Algae cover the surface of Lake Mendota, likely the result of fertilizer flowing downstream.

Credit: UW-Madison


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Aerial view of a rural farm surrounded by cornfields in the Yahara watershed.

Aerial view of a rural farm surrounded by cornfields in the Yahara watershed.

Credit: Michael Forster Rothbart, UW-Madison


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