The Central Asheville Watershed Restoration Plan and Southside Project Renee Fortner, MS RiverLink
This gathering shares findings of the Asheville Stormwater Task Force, alternative approaches to management of human impacts, expected designations of some nearby river segments as impaired, and recent information about the value of the river and our watershed provided by the French Broad River Partnership.
Our focus on this Earth Day is on a city, a region, and an ancient river that many have worked to protect and improve. We continue to see population increases, rapid development and impacts of ongoing climate change. Unchecked, the result will be further degradation of the French Broad and reduced quality of life in the region. As our region grows in popularity, we must consider how not to love it to death!
Virtual attendees will receive a Zoom link via email prior to the event.
CASE Consultants International is pleased to co-sponsor this event.
Date & Time
Fri, Apr 22, 2022 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
1 Haywood Street Asheville, North Carolina 28801
CASE Consultants International
CASE Consultants International applies Climate Arts and Sciences Expertise to inform real-world decisions in climate adaptation, sustainability, and resilience. We mainstream climate science into the practices of climate-sensitive professions. CASE connects science to solutions, informing decisions in a warming world.
CASE also manages the event space at the The Collider in downtown Asheville, with theaters, conference space, and co-work offices equipped with the fastest broadband in town.