The storms starting at the end of last week have brought rain and flooding to the Piedmont. Rain gages along the river recorded 6 to 9 inches from Marion to Statesville. Charlotte … [Read more...] about Historic Flooding on the Catawba
Pollution and water don't mix -- unless you live in the Carolinas, place major pollution sources in floodplains or too close to water, have a hurricane with heavy rain, and flood … [Read more...] about Mapping the Perfect Storm: Hurricane Florence, Pollution Concerns, Floodplains
Hurricane Florence barreled west from Wilmington, and while much of the Catawba River basin received some rain, the heavy rain with Florence's remnants peeled north before soaking … [Read more...] about Catawba River Basin Dodges Brunt of Hurricane Florence
Few things are as appalling as a sanitary sewer overflow (SSO). Ripe with bacteria, industrial chemicals, pharmaceuticals, nutrients and more, it is one source of water quality … [Read more...] about 15.4 Million Gallons of Sewage Spilled. What REALLY Happened?
The North Carolina General Assembly is still active and considering action on two bills, both of which would be significant environmental and clean water protection … [Read more...] about CONTACT ELECTED OFFICIALS: BAD LEGISLATION UP FOR VOTES