dedicated to promoting our environmental obligation to preserve, protect and restore
the fragile ecosystem of our Catawba rivers,
lakes and creeks.
Through education, enforcement and
coordinated efforts, we are committed to
halt present abuse, to restore past
beauty, and to assure a watchful balance of community and environmental need
for generations to come.
National Trends in Water Quality:
Wildlife Federation Handout
USPIRG Troubled Waters Handout
NC Trends in Water Quality:
Enforcement Handout from Raleigh News and Observer
Catawba River Trends in Water Quality:
Slides-Duke University WQ of Catawba River Today
WQ of Catawba River in 10 Years
MECK Co. State of the Environment-Watershed Booklet Handouts.
Lake Norman Trends in Water Quality:
NPDES maps/discharger handouts
War stories from Donna--Killians Crossroads: Sawyers Landing, Creek-Cornelius
Success stories: Lake Wylie Keepers "welcome
to Lake Wylie" Handout:
WHOA: Tualitin, Casco Bay and SF keepers. Riverkeeper Book.
Saving the water quality of Lake Norman begins
with safeguarding the places that each of us know and love-your individual
cove or creek. While understanding and tackling the water quality needs of an entire nation, state or watershed is a lot to ask, recognizing and taking action to address water quality problems in and around our cove, creek or hometown is the least that all of us can do for ourselves and our families.
The commitment ot become a Cove Keeper is an essential first step to helping preserve and protect Lake Norman.
Thank you for being here and thank you for caring.
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