National Clean Boating Campaign




The National Clean Boating Campaign is being held in downtown Chattanooga on June 22, 2002 from 10:00 a.m. .  – 4:00 p.m. at the Public Dock at Ross’s Landing.  The annual program has been held in the Cheasapeake Bary, Greak Lakes and Puget Sounds areas with the June event being the first in the southeast.  The Tennessee Valley Clean Marina Initiative is a voluntary education and outreach program developed by TVA’s Resource Stewardship Division to encourage environmentally responsible marina and boating practices throughout the Tennessee Valley.  The program encourages marina-sponsored boater education, increased coordination amont state and federal gencies and better communication of existing laws, and offers incentives for creative and pro-active marina operators.  Certified marinas are awareded a Clean Marina flag to display, signaling their commimtnet ot clean water, recognition in TVA’s publications and website, and the opportunity to use the Clean Marina logo in promotions.  TVCMI Guidebooks are currently being distributed to all Valley marinas on “Sewage Tank Systems for Recreational Boats.”


14.            MEDIA WATCH – The Memphis Flyer about I-69


A Road Not Yet Traveled: I-69 is coming, but when and where remain to be decided


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