Posts Tagged: ACF Water War
Here is an excellent summary from Georgia Public Broadcasting on the current status of the ACF Water War. Three more years without knowing the outcome
The US Army Corps of Engineers has begun operations of the ACF river basin in drought mode. Help conserve water
The Apalachicola, Chattahoochee and Flint river basin system has been designated a Great American Waterway. Good news for the Chattahoochee River.
The ACF water war is really Metro Atlanta versus south Georgia, Alabama and Florida. An excellent oped to help everyone understand the issues
There are ways to resolve the ACF water wars without the three states spending all their time in court. Read the story of their attempt.
Lake Lanier water levels have dropped 12 feet since May and are projected to continue to decrease at least for three more months.
Apalachicola Bay, one of the most productive estuaries in the northern hemisphere, is fed by the Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers. September 24th is National Estuary Day.
Alabama has plans to ask the US Supreme Court to review the decision of the 11th Circuit Court that authorizes Lake Lanier as a water supply reservoir for Metro Atlanta. Alabama seeking U.S. Supreme Court review of case
Anniston Alabama’s view of where the water war is headed. A war that will not end.
Conservation groups call for water management plan.
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