History + Culture + Local Waterways = #WaterWednesday

Wednesday’s are about to get a lot more interesting (and fun too!). Starting Wednesday January 21st, stay tuned to our social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) and the hashtag #waterwednesday. We’ll be sharing all kinds of cool content about the history, culture, and environment of our local waterways.

You’ll learn about things like night soil, smoking shrimp, ferrochromium, sentinel species and habitats and perfluorinated chemicals. Some of the material is simply fascinating. Some of it’s gross and weird. A lot of it’s sobering. All of it will help you gain a better understanding and appreciation of the special coastal environment we live in. We hope too, that it will help you become a more informed and engaged steward of your local waterways.

Have an insatiable thirst for knowledge? Can’t wait until next Wednesday? Check out the Our Watershed section of our website today!

A special thank you to Diane Gould. Diane is a retired Region 1 EPA scientist who was instrumental in culling together and developing the Our Watershed content. Stay tuned for a Saloon Session featuring Diane and her contributions to Charleston Waterkeeper.

Until next Wednesday . . .

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