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Partner with local users, regional, state and federal entities, educators and others to identify and address water resource issues in the Boone Watershed.





BWP Announces the 2017 Watershed Aquatic Stewardship Awards


The public is cordially invited to join BWP for an Ice Cream Social to honor the contributions of local people who work to protect and improve water quality in Boone Watershed.


When? Saturday, August 26 from 1 PM to 3 PM

(Awards presented at 1PM, followed by ice cream)


The Honorees are:

Civic Volunteer Aquatic Stewardship Award---Melanie Kelley 

Farmland Aquatic Stewardship Award---Mel and Gwen Ash

Local Government Aquatic Stewardship Award---The Tennessee Department of Corrections Carter County Work Camp

Higher Education Aquatic Stewardship Award---Judith Hammond 


Where? Meredith Pavillion, 209 Carroll Creek Rd.,

Winged Deer Park, Johnson City


R.S.V.P. to Ingrid Luffman 423-341-0898 or