Mountain Xpress: ‘Safeguarding water quality: Amid drastic state budget cuts, volunteers pick up slack’
On August 20, 2014 the Mountain Xpress featured a cover story by Jacob Flannick on volunteer organizations working to protect water quality in Western North Carolina—including LTLT’s own Dr. Bill McLarney and his stream biomonitoring efforts with volunteers and students.
Public Bird and Fish Survey Event on the Valley River Rescheduled for August 2
The public is invited to participate in biomonitoring surveys of bird and fish populations on the Land Trust for the Little Tennessee’s (LTLT) Welch Farm along the Valley River in Cherokee County on Saturday, August 2, starting at 9:00 am.
Franklin Press: ‘Shade Your Stream’
The Franklin Garden Club gained knowledge about stream shading from LTLT citizen science program manager Jason Meador during a monthly meeting.
Franklin Press: “Update on LTLT/UGA ICON Partnership”
Much headway has been made toward developing the Southern Appalachian Stream Visual Assessment Protocol (saSVAP) to be used for volunteer stream monitoring in the Little Tennessee River Basin.