water as the source of life for butterflies
water as the source of life for butterflies

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County's troubled waters
By: Scott Barker, Knoxville News Sentinel

(April 21, 2006) The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation added two additional Beaver Creek tributaries to the state's list of the most impaired and polluted waters. Two other North Knox County streams improved enough for removal. That still leaves 35 streams and their associated 357 miles in Knox County on the list...(more)

Congratulations to Frank Hensley - our 2006 Bill Russell River Hero

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TCWN and TN Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility release 3 Enforcement Audits, Uncover Lax Enforcement at TDEC

TCWN Collaborated to Protect 10,000 Acres in the Southern Appalachians


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