Watershed Support Center

Vision: the Council works with local communities to educate, conserve and restore watersheds, including healthy urban forests for people, plants and animals

Goal: to provide communities with watershed science, regulatory and other tools necessary to conserve and restore local watershed health.

Watershed Protection

Fish Habitat Restoration Initiative

Duck River Opportunities Project

Stream Support Services and Consulting Available

A Guide to Traveling Tennessee´s Watersheds
This great brochure answers the following questions and includes terrific maps and resources:
- What is a Watershed?
- Where are they located?
- Why are they important?

Tennessee´s Water Blueprint.  Includes: • Nature’s “water cycle” and the importance of headwaters, watersheds and stream buffers in protecting water quality and supply.  • The importance of preserving aquatic wildlife to help to keep waters clean. • Challenges we face in various parts of the state as a result of growth and its impacts. • Water quality and supply solutions. • Policy recommendations to help Tennesseans have enough clean water for future generations.

Council partners with General Motors and Earth Force on community outreach project  helping educate young people about water quality issues 

“Protecting our Watershed” Curriculum – Chapel Hill Elementary/Friends of Henry Horton State Park Success Story 2010

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