We all drink from straws into the same Floridan Aquifer, so we need to keep it clean and full, said WWALS acting Executive Director Gretchen Quarterman at the Hahira Historical Society, a very influential institution between the Little and Withlacoochee Rivers in Lowndes County, Georgia.
You can see in this video that she also explained we paddle upstream in the rainy season and downstream in summer, how WWALS added Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®, and what WWALS does and where, including agriculture and the recent Mott regrant to WWALS for conservation outreach, the Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail, and why and how to oppose the Sabal Trail fracked mmethane boondoggle.
Suwannee Riverkeeper at Hahira Historical Society 2017-01-09
Video by Gretchen Quarterman for WWALS Watershed Coalition (WWALS),
You, too can be a steward for our waters as a WWALS member, a committee member, or even as a board member; start by becoming a WWALS member today!