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2 days ago

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WaterWays supports Code Red Climate. It's time for climate action.If you are worried about climate change like I am, join me in being part of the solution. Write Congress urging them to pass the strongest climate legislation in American history when they soon vote. #CodeRedClimate www.CodeRedCongress.com ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

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Let the countdown begin! The Tennessee River Rescue - Saturday Oct. 2nd from 9-1. Thirty-three years of cleaning trash from our waterways. Plastic, garbage bags, bottles, cans, tires, appliances, yes appliances...it all needs to go. Clean Water. Healthy Communities!PS We love it when you share our posts!For more information, lease contact the zone leaders in your area! ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

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Saturday night soccer with WaterWays and the Chattanooga Football Club. Use code below to save $3.00. Game time 7:30. See you there. ... See MoreSee Less
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7 days ago

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Stop by the WaterWays table and say hi. We'd love to share how native plants help keep the water clean and could possibly save you money. Casey Dell from the City of Chattanooga will be joining us with information on some wonderful outreach programs for homeowners. 9-3 Saturday!! ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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WaterWays was thrilled to spend the afternoon with the second graders from East Lake Elementary. Thanks City of Chattanooga Park Stewards for the invite. We loved helping and learning about pollinators, the web of life and butterfly migrations. East Lake Park is a great example of community building. Stop by and see the native plantings and wonderful management of rain water. Five loops around the track equals one mile. Extra bonus, the track is made from permeable materials, so rain water soaks through instead of running off. ... See MoreSee Less
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