Protecting the Mukwonago River, one of Wisconsin’s cleanest water resources

High School of Health Sciences | Wales, WI
September 3, 2019

The Mukwonago River is home to nearly eighty state-listed threatened and endangered species. It is one of Wisconsin’s cleanest rivers as a result of the continuous attention of the Nature Conservancy and organizations like Friends of the Mukwonago River, who deploy Citizen Scientists to maintain its pristine nature.

Story produced by Mitch Kraemer, Maximilian Hofbauer, Grace Garity, Molly Pelchat, Sidney Scherwinski, Wiesley Graeve, Kayla Wells, Johana Felton, and Haley Gross at High School of Health Sciences in Wales, WI. Instruction provided by STEM SRL Connected Educator Margaret Mulqueen.