Nature by the Pint
Urban coyotes, a necessary part of a healthy ecosystem

Thursday March 17, 2022 6-7pm, Barley Chattanooga, 235 E MLK BLVD, Chattanooga

WaterWays is happy to present, Dr. Chris Mowry, Berry College for an engaging talk focused on demystifying the often maligned urban coyote population.

Dr. Chris Mowry is the founder of the Atlanta Coyote Project and has been conducting research on coyotes since 2002. Chris served on the Science Advisory Council of the Yellowstone Ecological Research Center and was one of 13 lead investigators from major colleges and universities across the US that collaborated on the 20 year Canid Ecology Project (CEP) in Yellowstone National Park from 1990 to 2010. He spear-headed an in-depth analysis of how the coyote’s prey consumption changed as a result of the wolf reintroduction and a 100 year drought.

There is no charge for this event

Links
https://atlantacoyoteproject.org/

https://www.pbs.org/video/urban-coyotes-fkbfrb/

WaterWays is a Chattanooga, Tennessee based non-profit working with communities across the Southeastern United States to bring awareness and stewardship to their watersheds. Since programming began in 2004 in Ciceron, St. Lucia as the Caribbean Student Environmental Alliance (CaribbeanSEA), our organization has evolved from a small student environmental group to an international organization focused on watershed health and restoration. Thanks to the ongoing support of the diverse communities we work with from the Caribbean Basin to the Southeastern US, WaterWays has been empowering individuals to take positive action in their watersheds for the past eighteen years.

 

WaterWays’ 10th annual Save Water, Drink Wine at Crabtree Farms!

Date and time

Sat, March 26, 2022

5:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT

Location

Crabtree Farms of Chattanooga

1000 East 30th Street

Chattanooga, TN 37407

Our largest annual fundraiser supporting and celebrating our local watersheds is BACK! Join us outdoors at Crabtree Farms for an evening of food, drink, and community. Enjoy local beers, global wines, and bites by Lupi’s and other local eateries as you explore six area watersheds represented by the community members and professionals devoted to protecting them. Rain or shine, we can’t wait to see you on the farm!

 

This event is 21+.

Purchase Tickets up until the day of the event on Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com/e/save-water-drink-wine-tickets-254572241427?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

 

Designated driver tickets (no drinks for you, but access to the event and everything included!) are 1/2 price ($25) and can be purchased by emailing marybeth@mywaterways.org.

Purchase tickets day- of at the event for $60.00!

It’s the Third Thursday of every month – so come out and learn some stuff and have a drink.

GivingTuesday is a global generosity movement unleashing the power of radical generosity. GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Since then, it has grown into a year-round global movement that inspires hundreds of millions of people to give, collaborate, and celebrate generosity.

The WaterWays Board of Directors will match donations up to $10,000 total! Your contribution will go even further for Clean water, Healthy Communities.

 

Thursday November 18th 6-7

Mushrooms: They help plants grow, they recycle decaying matter, while others look beautiful on a dinner plate, but did you know they can also sequester toxins out of the environment? Enter mycoremediation: a semi-new and organic method of cleaning up our toxic waste. Join Rosy Harpe, fungal enthusiast, as she discusses all things mycoremediation over a beer at our first Nature By The Pint talk. Tanasi Brewing Company 1510 Riverside Dr