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Community drought forum registration
Join RiverLink for a community forum focusing on the 'exceptional' drought- the most severe level- in the French Broad River watershed. Speakers from Duke University's Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Altamont Environmental, the NC Wildlife Resources Commission, RiverLink and more TBA will cover various aspects of the drought including groundwater, economic impact, effects on fisheries and wildlife, the role of stormwater management and low impact development. The forum will take place on February 22 at 8am at Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College's Ferguson Auditorium and will be followed by an optional tour of the North Carolina Arboretum's stormwater best management practices. The forum is free and open to the public, but there will be a fee for the Arboretum tour.
 
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The guided Arboretum tour has been canceled- instead we will be providing a list of stormwater BMP sites for self-guided tours throughout the watershed. Would you like to receive this list through email?
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Please tell us why you chose to attend the forum. Is drought an important issue in Western North Carolina? Are we doing enough to address this issue? If not, what else should be done?
 

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Thank you for registering for the Community Drought Forum! For more details on the forum please visit http://www.riverlink.org/event_detail_1142.asp. To support RiverLink's efforts to revitalize the French Broad River Watershed by becoming a member please visit http://www.riverlink.org/membership.asp. For more information about RiverLink please visit www.riverlink.org.
 
RiverLink PO Box 15488 Asheville, NC 28813-0488 (828) 252-8474 www.riverlink.org RiverLink is a regional non-profit spearheading the economic and environmental revitalization of the French Broad River and its tributaries as a place to work, live and play.