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  • Summer 2023: Coal Ash Hearings, PFAS and Algae Monitoring, Legal & Advocacy Updates, Fall Events
  • Fall 2022: How We’re Addressing Nutrients on the Coosa, Swim Guide 2022 Recap, Clean Water Act 101, Fall Events
  • Spring 2022: Most Endangered River Status, New AmeriCorps, Swim Guide 2022, Financials
  • Winter 2022: Meet the Olive II, Legal Action Updates, Service Learning at Talladega College, Coal Ash Updates, Welcome our Grants Coordinator, and Our 2022 Events!
  • Fall 2021: Riverkeeper Reflections, Fall into Fish Guide, Swim Guide 2021 By the Numbers
  • Summer 2021: Get the Skinny on Swim Guide Expansion,  Fish Consumption Advisory Signs on Choccolocco, Dirt Does Hurt: Intent to Sue Newcastle Homes, Meet our Program Director
  • Float Back in Time: Our 10 Year Anniversary Scrapbook 
  • Early 2020:  Animal Rendering Plant Threatens Neely Henry Lake, Fish Guide Earns Respect on Ramps & Nationwide, Riverkeeper Field Notes & Major Updates
  • Fall 2019: A Swim Down Memory Lane, Toxic Release Inventory, PCBs and Mercury in Your Catch, Staff Changes (released October 31, 2019)
  • Summer 2019: What’s in Your Cannonball, A Little Dirt Does Hurt, Meet our New Riverkeeper
  • Winter 2018: Citizen Science Initiative, Temp Track 2019, Trispot Darter: threatened!, 2018 Financials
  • Summer 2018: Swim Guide 2018, Average Lake Temperatures
  • Winter 2018: Temp Track, Karli Riley, 2017 At a Glance
  • Summer 2017: Recent Awards, Swim Guide, Fish Guide 
  • Winter 2017: Fish Guide, New E.coli Standards
  • Summer 2016: Oxford Wastewater Treatment Plant & Swim Guide
  • Our First Five Years: 2010-2015 
  • Summer 2015: Swim Guide, Choccolocco Creek Monitoring Project
  • Winter 2015: Toxic Waste in the Coosa River
  • Summer 2014: Laura Moore II
  • Winter 2014: Goodwin’s Mill Dam Removal
  • Fall 2013: Coosa Canoe & Kayak Fishing Tournament Trail
  • Spring 2013
  • Summer 2012
  • Winter 2012
  • Summer 2011

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Coosa Riverkeeper is the voice of the Coosa River and its tributaries in Alabama.

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Coosa Riverkeeper
Do you know what fish are safe to eat from the Coosa River or in Alabama? 🐟 🍽Our statewide toll-free fish consumption advisory hotline has been updated for the 2024 Fish Consumption Advisories released by the Alabama Department of Public Health! 📞 Call 844-219-7475 to hear which fish are not safe to eat in Alabama in both English and in Spanish! ... See MoreSee Less
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