Tennessee's Water Blueprint
RCWA is a signatory to this comprehensive report. Tennessee's Water Blueprint will be presented to our legislators and used as an educational tool in schools or by community organizations. One of the major goals of the Blueprint coordinators is to emphasize the importance of caretaking for our water resources from a local and State perspective. This is a beautiful publication and can be a great way to share your concerns with others.
Funding for Tennessee's Water Blueprint was provided by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and the World Wildlife Fund. For more information about the project, or to become a signatory, visit tennesseeswaterblueprint.org.
All human societies are based on water and on the processes of the natural world—processes that are often hidden from view, but are critical to maintaining our health and prosperity. Only 1% of the water on earth is liquid freshwater, our most essential natural resource, and it must be protected for future generations."
Conservation Fisheries, Inc.
Cumberland River Compact
Friends of Radnor Lake
Dodd Galbreath, Executive Director, Institute for Sustainable Practice, Lipscomb University
Harpeth River Watershed Association
Land Trust for Tennessee
The Nature Conservancy - Tennessee Chapter
National Parks Conservation Association
Obed Watershed Community Association
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility
Richland Creek Watershed Alliance
Southern Environmental Law Center
Stones River Watershed Association
Tennessee Chapter of the Sierra Club
Tennessee Clean Water Network
Tennessee Conservation Voters
Tennessee Environmental Council
Tennessee Scenic Rivers Association
Tennessee Wildlife Federation
Veolia Water North America
World Wildlife Fund