It was good to talk about the Banks Lake Full Wolf Moon Paddle this Thursday, and the Mayor’s Paddle coming up in two weeks, Monday morning on Scott James Talk 92.1 FM radio. We also talked about water trails and water quality testing.
Remember, you can ask the Georgia governor and other elected and appointed officials to stop a strip mine far too near the Okefenokee Swamp, and ask him to stop that wood pellet plant in Adel while you’re at it.
Here’s a WWALS video playlist, or you can pick individual videos below.
Radio: Full Wolf Moon Banks Lake, Mayor’s Paddle, water quality testing
Scott James Matheson radio show, Talk 92.1 FM radio, http://talk921.com/
Videos by John S. Quarterman for WWALS Watershed Coalition (WWALS).
Here are the individual videos:
Banks Lake Full Wolf Moon Paddle, 2021-01-28
Mayor’s Paddle, Withlacoochee River, 2021-02-06
Water quality, Valdosta, testing, Madison Health, FDEP, WWALS
Valdosta Mildred Street sewage spill
Valdosta sanitary sewer system improvements
Valdosta tests 3 times a week on 40 river miles: Florida should do the rest
Oranges, bananas, bad effects on Georgia peaches, Florida oranges
Weather and port-a-potties for Mayor’s Paddle
Water quality: sewage spills and FDEP DNA markers and chemical tracers; ruminants
For all about water quality testing, see https://wwals.net/issues/testing/.
For how we got to the current situation see Current Situation of Water Quality Testing, Suwannee River Basin 2020-08-02
For more about why we think ruminants, especially cattle, are the source of much of the recent river water contamination with E. coli, see WWALS Summary of FDEP chemical and biological tracers, Withlacoochee and Suwannee Rivers 2020-08-05.
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
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