2012 Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership

 

CPF Executive Director, Leesa Carter, along with her colleagues in the 2012 Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership (IGEL) class, spent last week in Albany, GA hearing from local farmers and Riverkeepers about water concerns in the Flint River and Floridian Aquifer basin. In fact, during the week of the IGEL visit, the Flint River was experiencing its lowest flow in recorded history. Click on the link below to see the local news story that covered the IGEL group’s float on the Flint River to see the environmental impacts firsthand.

Click here to watch IGEL video from WALB News 10 in Albany, GA.

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