Celebrate Stringers Branch

Celebrate Stringers Branch

Come join us in the second special event of our new watershed group, Friends of Red Bank Streams!  Learn about the life of the creek as well as why it is posted “do not touch”….and why the critters ignore that!  Join our watershed group in finding ways to continue to improve and restore Stringers Branch.

 

Saturday, June 3, from 9 am – 12 pm

3108 Elmore Avenue in Red Bank

Celebrate Stringers Branch

Celebrate Stringers Branch

 

 

World Water Day salute!

Water.  We all require it for life.  We all need CLEAN water and LOTS of it!  Caribbean SEA and TenneSEA work at the grassroots level to empower kids and their communities to get clean water.  The Flint, Michigan water disaster was a wake up call for many to realize that you cannot take your water for granted.  The changing precipitation patterns throughout the Caribbean have led to water scarcity or tremendous flooding events.  Atlanta, Georgia faces water shortages not just because of increases in water use, but also because of changing precipitation patterns.  We CANNOT take our water for granted.

Today, we salute three water champions : Valerie Constantin-Regis, Naomi Abraham Moon, and Randal Hale.

Valerie is a teacher of arts, theater, and Science to kids at Dennery Primary School in St. Lucia.  Her LORAX Club knows all about protecting their water in Dennery and where they should and should NOT get into the rivers or ocean.  She is an amazing, energetic, indomitable spirit who loves her community and all of her kids!  We need more Valerie’s in our world! Thank you for being our community Water Champion!

Randal and Naomi work behind the scenes with SEA to upgrade the website, map our data, create a watershed/ ocean monitoring mobile App, and push me to do important web based stuff I would rather ignore!  Randal is editing our WaterWatch mobile App through Fulcrum.  For his full time job, he does all sorts of GIS work, so he maps our water quality data as well.   Naomi’s work on our website is nothing short of spectacular.  Her vision, creativity and mad tech skills have changed the way the world sees us and it’s incredibly positive!  Even better,  they are the techies that make you laugh and teach you so much along the way. We are so much stronger because of their work and their influence.  Thank you for being our water champions through technology!

Valerie and her boys!

Randy leads a fossil hunt!

Naomi escaped her computer!

 

Save Water, Drink Wine 2017 was FABULOUS!

Thanks for the great welcome back!  Save Water, Drink Wine was so fabulous this year!!! Many thanks to our SPONSORS and VOLUNTEERS and EVERYONE WHO CAME for making this our best year yet! Our organizing committee went above and beyond to make it a smashing success.  Cindy Webster, Patrick Emmanuel and Matt Ryan started things […]

Sapelo Island Teacher’s Workshop has been funded by VW!

Thanks to VW Chattanooga, the Sapelo Island Teacher’s Workshop run by our wonderful Jim Watson is happening once again! Dates this year are June 8-12 and applications will be available soon. You must attend a meeting with Jim to be eligible to apply. We will let you know when the application meetings are as soon as we set them up!

Save Water Drink Wine Caribbean SEA Chattanooga February 11

Save Water Drink Wine

Come join us in our annual event to protect the water by enjoying wine and tapas at The Barn Nursery!  Silent and live auction items this year from each of our Chattanooga area and Caribbean watersheds!  Wine provided by Panoram Imports, local wine distributors, and some of our wonderful regional vineyards.  Tapas provided by local restaurants which in the past have included Mrs. B’s Reggae Cafe, 212 Market, Terra Nostra, Niedlov’s , Conga Latina, Pruetts Signal Mountain Market and Publix.

Tickets are $45 in Advance and $50 dollars the day of the Event.

Protect Mountain Creek Urban Wildlife Sanctuary and Outdoor Education Hot Spot

Giving Tuesday is coming!

Dance for Clean Water

Give back & get ~ groovy ~ at our Hippie Dance Party benefitting TenneSEA and Caribbean Student Environmental Alliance
Kids 4 Clean Water! Dance the night away with Live Music, Libations and DIY Tie-Dye scarves & bandanas for you and your furry friends. Hillbilly Philly is rolling in with groovy grub!

Peace loving dogs are welcome! $20 for PEACE  LOVE & CLEAN WATER!

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More about Save Water, Drink Wine

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Read more about Save Water, Drink Wine and how it helps our streams in this Mountain Mirror article.