Clean rivers again 2022-04-28

Update 2022-05-06: Clean Rivers 2022-05-05.

Happy swimming, boating, and fishing this weekend!

Come on down to Reed Bingham State Park tomorrow for the BIG Little River Paddle Race.

[Chart, rivers, Swim Guide]
Chart, rivers, Swim Guide

All the WWALS results for Wednesday and Thursday and the Valdosta results up to Monday agree: all the tested locations are clean of E. coli. No sewage spills have been reported in the Suwannee River Basin in Georgia or Florida, and no rain is predicted.

[Clean Rivers, Charts 2022-04-28]
Clean Rivers, Charts 2022-04-28
For context and the complete WWALS composite spreadsheet of water quality and rainfall data, see:

Thanks to Elizabeth Brunner for testing her three GA 122 sites: Folsom Bridge on the Little River, Hagan Bridge on the Withlacoochee River, and Lakeland Boat Ramp on the Alapaha River. Thanks to Michael and Jacob Bachrach for their three Withlacoochee River locations, Knights Ferry, Nankin, and State Line Boat Ramps. Thanks to Gus Cleary for Cleary Bluff on the Withlacoochee downstream of Allen Ramp.

I’ve set all the WWALS “beaches” for which we have recent data to green on Swim Guide.

[Map: Clean Rivers, Swim Guide 2022-04-28]
Map: Clean Rivers, Swim Guide 2022-04-28

There are more images on the WWALS website.

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

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