WWALS Watershed Coalition advocates for conservation and stewardship of the Withlacoochee, Willacoochee, Alapaha, Little, and Upper Suwannee River watersheds in south Georgia and north Florida through awareness, environmental monitoring, and citizen activities.
Interested in organizing paddle outings, water quality testing, invasive species monitoring, speakers at events indoors, or water trail brochures and signs?
Want to find out more about Valdosta wastewater, fracking, pipelines, or corporate agriculture, or help map all that?
Want to help WWALS write grant applcations or attract more members?
You can apply to join a WWALS committee!
There are always openings on committees, and you may even want to chair one.
Follow the link above for the application form.
Tom Greenhalgh started putting the dye in the Dead River Swallet about 11:06 this morning,
with Harley Means observing in this picture, plus a drone also taking pictures.
See below for where to look for the dye coming back up in the next few days.
If you see it, please take a water sample for SRWMD. Continue reading →
Sabal Trail would go far too close to Madison Blue Spring and water wells
in Madison County,
it doesn’t have all permits, and the Madison BOCC could help stop this
unnecessary, destructive, and hazardous fracked methane pipeline boondoggle.
I have five minutes to say
all that tonight to the Madison Board of County Commissioners.