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Interview with Michael Blalock

Photo: Francis Marion National Forest Cleanup – February 5, 2022 We caught up with one our most reliable and hard working volunteers, Michael Blalock! HP: Why do you choose to support Charleston Waterkeeper? MB: Supporting Charleston Waterkeeper is the best way I know to not just maintain our local environment but be...
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January 2022 Keeper’s Report

The Keeper‘s Report January 2022 Happy New Year and welcome to your January 2022 Keeper‘s Report! We hit the ground running this year, taking action for clean water! The marsh and oyster restoration projects are well underway for the season and going strong. The cleanups continue to fill up quickly and are running smoothly....
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Interview with Tia Clark

We caught up with one our newest Board Members and the crabbing queen, Tia Clark! HP: Why do you choose to support Charleston Waterkeeper? TC: I choose to support Charleston Waterkeeper because of the hard work they do to provide up to date water quality information to our community. I also respect...
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Phytoplankton Community Project

Guest post from Nicole Schanke of the DiTullio lab at the College of Charleston The DiTullio lab at the College of Charleston partnered with Charleston Waterkeeper during their 2021 sampling season. The goal of this collaboration was to investigate the phytoplankton community within the Charleston Harbor area and the various...
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2021 Press Round Up

January A proposal to split DHEC gains steam, some worry about damaging environmental protection https://www.postandcourier.com/news/as-proposal-to-split-dhec-gains-steam-some-worry-about-damaging-environmental-protection/article_3437996e-55b8-11eb-9147-57a39d50dfc7.html Wastewater at toxic superfund site treated and discharged into sewage system, developer says https://abcnews4.com/news/local/wastewater-at-toxic-superfund-site-treated-discharged-into-sewage-system-developer-says February Saltwater bodies like Shem Creek must meet stricter bacteria standards with new regulation https://www.postandcourier.com/news/saltwater-bodies-like-shem-creek-must-meet-stricter-bacteria-standards-with-new-regulation/article_08053472-672f-11eb-a3bb-838513017b3f.html Charleston Waterkeeper, NOAA begin pilot study...
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