All the WWALS Monthly Newsletters are now available on the WWALS website. WWALS Members get the newest Tannin Times issue when it comes out at the beginning of the month. The most recent is for December 2016 (PDF), with:
- Bret Wagenhorst’s column WWALS Biota about plants and animals in our watershed,
- the Georgia Water Coalition Dirty Dozen which features Sabal Trail for the third year running,
- the WWALS discovery of a Sabal Trail frac-out blowing drilling mud up into the Withlacoochee River just upstream from US 84 between Quitman and Valdosta, Georgia,
- a Southwings flight for WWALS over the Suwannee River in Florida,
- community outreach at the Alapaha (Georgia) Station Celebration and Okefenokee Pioneer Days (near Folkston, GA),
- an Outing to the very unusual Dead River Sink on the Alapaha River,
- the Resolution by the Brooks County Georgia Commission supporting the Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail,
- Memberships make great Christmas, Holiday, or New Year presents, and
- Upcoming Outings.
And that isn’t all we did in November; it’s just what we could fit on two sides of one sheet of paper.
The January 2017 Tannin Times is being drafted now, so if you’ve got an item, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or comment on this post. The WWALS PR Committee will see about working it in.
You can join this fun and work by becoming a WWALS member today!