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This past June was a...

California is not the only part of the American West that is experiencing a searing drought. The governor of Washington has just...

If “the history of the land is written in the water,” how should we honor, interpret, apply and “beneficially reuse”...

I confess to having a preoccupation with methane emissions, beginning in my earliest toilet training days and carrying over to today’s...

In my day job, I often meet or work with developers of new technologies. I recently ran across two that I would like to tell you about...

A New Year’s note to water people:  Be sure to look up,...

Water conservation, and the related topic of rainwater harvesting, not only is a growing business (with sales...

Coalitions and events focusing on the value of water infrastructure and investment in its future have been...

I have written a number of times in this column about fracking and how it is making a dramatic impact—not only on...

Talk is cheap but downright invaluable when it leads to fruitful collaboration among water and wastewater...

I am quickly getting attached to my newly adopted home of Baltimore. I moved here about two years ago after taking on a new position...

Wetlands, streams and the politics surrounding them are once again front page and center stage, as federal agencies and national groups...

Recent events remind me how water connects us, technology informs us, and innovation delivers us from stagnation. 

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In the past two years, my Ferguson on the Frontline column has covered a number of topics, from rainwater...

Storage tanks can be “friends or foes” to water, depending on the contents, contexts and contingencies. Recent...

In past columns, as well as related articles in publications such as Water Quality Products (a sister publication to...

If water drops could talk, they’d be saying, “To know me is to love me, whether in good times or bad,...

In his September column, Ben Grumbles presented what he called “Fracking’s Top 10,” a list of top questions we...

It is no shock to anyone that energy and water are connected. We all know linkages and tradeoffs exist throughout...

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