Chatham Conservation Partnership Meeting: The State of Our Water in Chatham

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Photo by Joy Hewett.

Photo by Joy Hewett.

Water is life – our bodies need it, our communities need it, and the larger environment around us needs it – so how are Chatham’s water resources doing?

The upcoming Chatham Conservation Partnership meeting on October 18, 2018, will discuss the state of surface waters in Chatham County, focused on current research and planning for water quality and quantity in our developing watersheds.

The meeting will be from 9 a.m.-noon at the Chatham County Agriculture and Conference Center, 1192 US 64 Bus W, Pittsboro, NC 27312.

Our topics include:

UNC Nutrient Management in Jordan Lake
Steve Wall, North Carolina Policy Collaboratory
Joseph Delesantro, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

NC Nutrient Criteria Development Plan
Nora Deamer, NC Division of Water Resources

Jordan Lake Regional Water Supply Partnership
Dan LaMontagne/Larry Bridges, Chatham County

Top Threats to the Haw River and Jordan Lake
Elaine Chiosso, Haw River Assembly

Jordan Lake One Association and Conservation Strategy Analysis
Leigh Ann Hammerbacher, Triangle Land Conservancy

We hope to see you there!

CCP Steering Committee:

Catherine Deininger
Leigh Ann Hammerbacher
Brooke Massa
Debbie Roos
Margaret Sands
Allison Schwarz-Weakley