Fall 2020 Newsletter

Fall Newsletter

Issue 20:

  • Swim Guide Water Quality Averages
  • Fish Guide is Reelin’ in Good Info
  • Our 10th Anniversary
  • Update from Your Riverkeeper 

Enjoy our Fall Newsletter to learn about the water quality averages from the 2020 Swim Guide program, read an update from our Staff Riverkeeper, and check out some early results from the creel survey from Victoria and our Fish Guide program


Watch the Southern Exposure Documentary about our Work to Protect Fishers & Their Families

Fishers throughout East Alabama depend on the mighty Coosa River for food, recreation and a family pastime that goes back generations. But do fishermen and women — and their families — have a right to know which fish are safe to consume? Not currently in Alabama, the River State. Coosa Riverkeeper and other advocates are working to give fishers across the entire state that right. 

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Now in Spanish – Toll-Free Fish Consumption Advisory Hotline

Now in Spanish – Toll-Free Fish Consumption Advisory Hotline

Did you know that Coosa Riverkeeper hosts a statewide toll-free hotline for fish consumption advisories? Even better, the hotline has now been updated to include the advisories in Spanish! The Alabama Department of Public Health, the state agency in charge of...

Fund our water quality monitoringGet the skinny before you dip with the Coosa River Swim Guide

Ever wondered if it is safe to swim in the Coosa? Never fear, Coosa Riverkeeper is here! From Memorial Day to Labor Day, we monitor popular recreation areas weekly for harmful pathogens like E.coli and water chemistry. Will you make a $10 donation to pay for one bacteriological sample? 

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