Wisconsin Water Alliance brings diverse voices together aimed at common sense efforts to protect fresh water and grow state’s economy.
A diverse group representing Wisconsin businesses and landowners today announced that they have formed a new organization aimed at broadening the discussion about Wisconsin’s fresh water supply and the important role
it plays in sustaining and growing the state’s economy.
The Wisconsin Water Alliance (WWA) will advocate for common sense regulations and policies that both help
protect the state’s abundant fresh water supplies and foster a science and fact based discussion on water related
“Wisconsin has an abundant supply of freshwater, including deep, replenishing aquifers, the Great Lakes, the
Mississippi River, the Wisconsin River, many other rivers and streams and an estimated 15,000 inland lakes,” said
Dan Ellsworth, who serves as President of the WWA board and is President and CEO of ANIMART, LLC. “We want
to work with policy makers and others who share our commitment in protecting this vital natural resource for
generations to come and to also make sure that we can continue to rely on it to help drive the state’s economy.”
He added that the WWA has as its mission to advocate for sound water policies that benefit current and future
generations of Wisconsin families, cities, businesses, and others.
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