Tuesday, October 30th
5:30 - 7:00 pm
Hinton Rural Life Center, Moore Hall
The State of the Water was initiated in 2012 to annually provide local government leaders and the public with new information about water quality in local rivers, lakes and streams. Although the location of the meeting rotates to a different county each year, the information presented is for the entire 4-county area of the upper Hiwassee River watershed.
Join us for this year's State of the Water on the shores of Lake Chatuge at the beautiful Hinton retreat center campus in Clay County. The event will begin with a presentation by the HRWC executive director on the "state of the water" across the upper Hiwassee River watershed. Those in attendance will learn about how water quality is doing in our lakes, rivers, and streams including an overview of recent sampling that's been conducted in our watershed. Following this presentation, Coalition staff members will provide an overview of what we've been working on in various program areas including Monitoring, Education, and Restoration and a summary of our plans for the coming year. Participants will be asked to provide input into our work plans for 2019 and given the opportunity to help us prioritize our work in the watershed. Refreshments will be served.
Free admission, but donations are always welcome!