WATR is a grassroots organization working to improve your water quality and habitat of the Tuckasegee River Basin. The Tuckasegee River watershed supplies the drinking water and ecosystem foundation for Swain and Jackson Counties. What happens upstream, downstream, and all around the watershed impacts all of us directly. Learn more.
Scotts Creek Clean Up
Part of the WCU Tuck Cleanup
Where: Meet at Discovery Trails, Monteith Farmstead Park
When: Saturday, April 8, 9:30 AM – 12:30
Wear: Sturdy shoes, Gloves – we have some to share.
All welcome — Pizza thereafter ??
Questions? Call 507-9144 or info@WATRnc.org
The Tuckasegee River
The Tuckaseegee River Watershed drains a large area encompassing Jackson and Swain Counties in western North Carolina. Its headwaters start in Panthertown, a protected natural area and flows into Fontana Lake where it joins the Little Tennessee River Watershed. Learn more.