You can ask Georgia Governor Brian Kemp to get GA-EPD to deny permits for a titanium strip mine far too close to the Okefenokee Swamp. While you’re at it, you can ask him to deny a permit for the Adel wood pellet plant. You’ll see our water trail signs popping up along the rivers and on the roadways, and we’re distributing the brochures. Don’t forget to come to the Solstice Light Parade at Banks Lake, Saturday, December 19, 2020, and the Suwannee Riverkeeper Songwriting Contest, Saturday, August 21, 2021 at the Turner Center Arts Park in Valdosta.
Here are WWALS videos.
Introduction –Suwannee Riverkeeper on Steve Nichols radio 2020-12-08
Video. I’m the Suwannee Riverkeeper, which is a staff position, working for fishable, drinkable, swimable water. Our umbrella organization is WWALS Watershed Coalition, Inc., incorporated in June 2012 as a 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit charity. We have board members scattered as far as Pine Mountain, Georgia, and Jacksonville, Florida, but mostly in the Suwannee River Basin watersheds.
- Water Trail signs and brochures –Suwannee Riverkeeper on Steve Nichols radio 2020-12-08 Continue reading