Update 2019-11-03: Basin landings now include those in the Okefenokee Swamp and on the Ichetucknee and Santa Fe Rivers, which are part of Suwannee Riverkeeper territory since September 26, 2019.
Update 2018-02-18: Added basin map with all landings on Little, Withlacoochee, Alapaha, and Suwannee Rivers.
Update 2017-10-08: Updated basin map and some added links.
About WWALS Watersheds in the Suwannee River Basin. See:
WWALS Google maps of Suwannee River Basin.
- WWALS becomes Suwannee Riverkeeper
- Suwannee River Basin and Estuary Integrated Science Workshop, USGS, 22-24 September 2004, Cedar Key, Florida, Compiled by Brian Katz and Ellen Raabe
- Slides from that 2004 workshop
- Biggest city in the entire Suwannee River Basin.
- the chronic Valdosta, Lowndes County, and other wastewater leak problems,
- the Army Corps of Engineers flooding study,
- drought and flooding issues in general,
- hydrogeology of the karst limestone underlying our rivers
- and containing the Floridan Aquifer,
- water bottling plants (Nestle recruits employees from Valdosta and points north for its Madison bottling plant),
- the Cody Scarp and its sinks for the Alapaha, Santa Fe, and other rivers,
- and the Sabal Trail methane pipeline.
- Recent posts
- 2014-06-14: Biggest city in Suwannee River watershed?
- Georgia’s Suwannee-Satilla Water Management Council
- Florida’s Suwannee River Water Management District
- Water Trails
Suwannee River Wilderness Trail
- Suwannee Bioregion Coalition?
- Recent posts
Save Our Suwannee, Inc.
- Videos: Regional water council meeting in Valdosta @ SSRWPC 2014-05-21
- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers flooding study
The Suwannee River Estuary is part of WWALS territory since December 20, 2016.