Forbes Springs, Joshua Mayer
The 2023-25 Biennial State Budget
We're working hard to ensure funding for PFAS remediation and grant resources for local communities are part of the state budget.LEARN MORE
“Every time you reach to turn on the tap, fill your child’s bathtub, or brush their teeth, you are reminded your water is toxic.”
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Supervisor Lee Donahue, Town of Campbell
Urge your legislators to support $125 million for PFAS contamination.
Your years of advocacy made PFAS a top priority in our state. Send a message to your legislators asking them to include $125 million for PFAS in the state budget.
The 2023 Spring Election
After mounting our most ambitious Spring Election independent program, Justice-elect Janet Protasiewicz was elected to the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Your monthly gift helps protect Wisconsin’s environment and keeps us going strong.
PFAS in our water
Often referred to as “forever chemicals,” PFAS do not breakdown in the environment. Because it is so long-lasting, municipalities often release the compounds in treated wastewater and sewage sludge that is applied to farm fields as fertilizer.
We're working to pass PFAS legislation that meets the needs of communities.
Will you chip in today to support our PFAS campaign and ensure communities across the state have access to clean drinking water?DONATE TODAY