RCWA NEWS 2014
Be a participant for our Plant a native Earth Day event, to enhance the biodiversity of our watershed. Details here.
RCWA Comment Letter 2013, Sept 24 to TDEC about ARAP NRS12.236.
RCWA Board adopts Strategic Plan 2013 Executive Summary that commemorates next five-year directive with a new logo (design by Loyal Brand Company).
Join the Riparian Renewal Program—RCWA is planting native trees for Richland Creek habitats. Healhty streams are dependent on forested stream banks. Trees will absorb water, filter pollution, stabilize banks, prevent erosion, preserve aquatic habitats, produce food for wildlife, and improve air, envrionmental quality, and property value. Riparian buffers make good sense, provide flood defense. Contact us to get your streamside enhanced!
RCWA conducted on an amphibian study project with Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. Amphibians have been here for 350 million years but are declining at an alarming rate worldwide and in Tennessee. Help save our frogs, salamanders, toads and newts that are in the middle of the food chain and indicators of environmental quality. Habitat loss is a primary cause for concern.
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