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22
Nov

2022 Press Roundup

January Applications open for Charleston water quality projects after nurdle spill settlement 8 big ways you can help our waters Different types of plastic pellets found in Charleston waterways Of McMaster and marshes: Inside the $500K proposal to bleed protected SC horseshoe crabs Public comments on I-526 extension show project...
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14
Nov

INTERVIEW WITH PAUL BUTLER

We caught up with long time supporter, Paul Butler! HP: Why do you choose to support Charleston Waterkeeper? PB:¬†When we moved to Mt. Pleasant 9 years ago I got involved with a local land trust and the idea of being good stewards of the local natural resources appealed to me. Charleston...
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24
Oct

INTERVIEW WITH RUSSELL CANARD

We caught up with our champion, Russell Carnard! HP: Why do you choose to support Charleston Waterkeeper? RC: We need a watchdog to ensure our water is clean, free of pollutants and other random crap, no pun intended, from floating around. CWK provides the checks and balances necessary to keep a close...
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10
Oct

REVEL ON THE RIVER 2022

Charleston Waterkeeper’s Revel on the River is family-friendly, annual fundraising celebration of Charleston’s waterways, creeks and rivers through live music, local organic beer, food and friends. This year’s lineup includes 3 incredible bands (Danielle Howle, Dallas Baker and Friends and Jordan Igoe), local organic beer by Freehouse Brewery, local oysters...
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14
Sep

INTERVIEW WITH GIL SHULER

We caught up with the talented, Gil Shuler! HP: Why do you choose to support Charleston Waterkeeper? GS:¬†because it is our responsibility as humans to protect our natural resources and clean water may be the most important resource we have. Plus, I fish a lot and those fish need clean water...
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02
Sep

Sewer Overflows

This is sewer overflow. It’s leaking raw sewage into your salt marsh. Overflows happen when there’s a backup or during heavy rains and floods. If you see something like this report it to the nearest sewer authority ASAP. They should respond, take action to contain it, and notify nearby homes...
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