Water Quality: On the Monday, January 28 edition of The Iowa Journal
January 25, 2008
With 71,665 miles of streams and rivers and more than 161,000 acres of lakes, ponds and wetlands, Iowa may seem rich in water resources, but how much of it is protected from pollution and available for Iowans to use for drinking water, recreation and industry? The next episode of The Iowa Journal will explore these issues. Guests on the program are Richard Leopold, director of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, and L.D. McMullen, water resources practice leader for the consulting firm of Snyder and Associates and former CEO and general manager of the Des Moines Water Works.
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January 25, 2008
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