Restoration Projects

Through partnerships with engineers, landscape architects, local governments, and neighbors, WaterWays coordinates and supports restoration projects throughout the Southeastern US and in the Caribbean. There are mounting threats to watersheds and ultimately human health, such as acid mine drainage, sewage pollution, erosion, and litter. To tackle these issues we utilize local and national grants, synthesize solutions, and rely on our incredible community members to make lasting and impactful change. Every action we take contributes to improving water quality.


Chattanooga Creek

WaterWays is taking action against the two biggest pollution problems in the water column: sewage and litter.

Mountain Creek

WaterWays has worked on six sites in the watershed to construct green infrastructure and reduce erosion with native plants and nature based erosion control measures.

Signal Mountain

WaterWays is offering septic inspection and repair assistance for Signal Mountain homeowners within the Bee Branch Area!