Asian carp remain in West Tennessee

Latest update published in The Connection 4/7/21

​The Tennessee Riverline

is a vision for a continuous, multimodal system of trail experiences along the Tennessee River from its formation in Knoxville, TN, to its confluence with the Ohio River in Paducah, KY.  You can read the annual report here: Tennessee Riverline annual report and visit their website here: https://www.tnriverline.org/

WATeR Dedicates Bridge

published 12/2/20 in The Connection

History of WATeR and its Major Programs

published 11/20 in Mountain Views

2020 Annual Report and in addition a history of WATeR's amazing 20 year story.

Don't miss it!

Firewater Ultra races East Lakeshore Trail.

10/24/2020

100K Race takes 13.44 hours

Starts in daylight. Ends in dark!

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Maintaining cleaner embayments possible

Published 10/21/20 in The Connection

Are the fish safe to eat from the lake

Published 9/9/20 in The Connection and 9/20 in Mountain Views

Stormwater impacts more than we realize

Published 7/22/20 in The Connection

 

TREES HELP KEEP US ALIVE

Published 7/1/20 in The Connection

Consider a watering plan this summer

Published 6/10/20 in The Connection

Fertilizer pollution enters Tellico Lake

Published 5/20/20 in The Connection

Human and animal pollution entering in the lake

Published May 2020 in The Connection

WATeR Investigates lake 'greening'

published 4/15/20 in The Connection

WATeR On Asian Carp

Plant A Riparian Garden

published in Mountain View

How many names are right for Tellico Lake

published 3/11/20 in The Connection

The many roles of one body of water

published 2/19/20 in The Connection

 

WATeR: To protect the water quality of our lake  published 2/5/2020 in The Connection

4th Quarter 2019 Report

Dave Noble has ALS and he is fighting back

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Help him on October 3

Dave Noble was a trail builder and leader of the Soggy Bottom Kayakers. On July 1, 2020, he was diagnosed with ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Lou Gehrig’s disease. He is doing his best to fight back. He has started a team, the Noble Dawgs, to raise funds to take a chomp out of ALS

Please consider joining Dave's team, the Noble Dawgs, and walking one mile to take a chomp out of ALS on October 3rd. You can do this on your own, with your own small group, or as a part of a socially distanced Tellico Village group (time and place to be determined).

To join team Noble Dawgs click here:

 

http://webtn.alsa.org/site/TR?team_id=391849&pg=team&fr_id=14339&et=gxHtQeum0XYrGLFZdIEK3A

If you cannot walk, you can donate directly to Dave's personal page:

http://webtn.alsa.org/site/TR?fr_id=14339&pg=personal&px=8482162

All are invited to the WATeR Annual Meeting

Wednesday, November 13

Keynote speaker: Stephen Lyn Bales, author of 3 books and Ijams Nature Center Interpretative Naturalist (Retired) will be presenting “Conservation Success Stories in the Tennessee River Valley."

6:30 p.m. at the Tellico Village Community Church, 130 Chota Ctr, Loudon, TN.

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Firewater Ultra races East Lakeshore Trail.

91 runners race up to 100K, up and back, about 62 miles.

Read more. Results

10/19/19

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