Our Summer Newsletter is Here!

Issue 14: Summer 2018 Newsletter


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In this Issue:

An Overview of the 2018 Swim Guide program including a site list broken down by lakes and tributaries

How Alabama Bacteria Standards Inform our Swim Guide Alerts

Temp Track is a Wrap + Average Spring Lake Temperature

Check Out Coosa Merchandise

2018 Lake Draw-down Schedule

Jump into Swim Club

MEET THE PARTNERS IN THIS FIGHT

Coosa Riverkeeper

Coosa Riverkeeper is a citizen-based river conservation nonprofit organization whose mission is to protect, restore and promote the Coosa River and its tributaries in Alabama. We patrol the waters, educate the public, and advocate for the river. Learn more about our work by visiting CoosaRiver.org.

Center for Biological Diversity

The Center for Biological Diversity is a national, nonprofit conservation organization with more than 1.7 million members and online activists dedicated to the protection of endangered species and wild places. Learn more at BiologicalDiversity.org.

Our Children's Earth Foundation

Our Children’s Earth Foundation advocates on behalf of children, who are most vulnerable to pollution, to enable them to breathe clean air and use clean water. Learn more about their work at OCEFoundation.org.

Advance Etowah

Advance Etowah is working for the citizens of Etowah County for a better future. Learn more about their work at AdvanceEtowah.org.

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