Red River


March 14, 2001  

You're Invited to the first Red River Public Stakeholder Meeting: Whether you're a farmer, county or municipal official, parent, teacher, business leader, or one of a hundred other types of citizens, you have a stake in the quality and quantity of water in your community.


Recently a series of Focus Groups hosted by the Cumberland River Compact took place across the Red River Watershed in Adairville, Clarksville, Elkton, Springfield, and White House. At those meetings people shared changes they have seen in this area over the last 20 years and discussed the potential for actions which might be taken over the next 20 years to enhance this area.


As a result of these meetings, the Cumberland River Compact has been invited to hold a series of six to eight public meetings for all interested citizens of the Red River Watershed.  The purpose of these upcoming meetings will be to provide a forum for education about and discussion of current water issues and to providing a mechanism for reaching a consensus on approaches to insure a bright future for the Red River watershed.

YOU'RE INVITED!! The first Red River Public Stakeholder Meeting will be held Thursday, March 29 from 6:00-8:00p.m. at the Adams Public Meeting Room (in the cafeteria in back of the old school) Highway 41 North, Adams, Tennessee. Refreshments will be served.


For more information, contact Margo Farnsworth at [email protected]





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