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MISSION STATEMENT

The Watershed Alliance of Sandy Springs, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining the ecological balance of the best choice the watersheds of Sandy Springs, GA, through education and http://conwaysanitation.org/viagra-brand stream monitoring.  Our goal is teo foster the preservation, character and integrity of the watersheds.

After 10 years of advocating and educating, our mission has expanded to include all 6 watersheds in Sandy Springs.  We welcome the buy daily cialis online involvement of all citizens.

All property in Sandy Springs is part of a watershed.  

The six watersheds in the city City of Sandy Springs are:

Nancy Creek, 4,567 acres
Long Island Creek, 4,224 acres
Heards Creek,4,130 acres
Marsh Creek, 3,606 acres
Sullivan Creek, 4,567 acres
Crooked Creek, 4,342 acres

VISION STATEMENT

The Watershed Alliance of Sandy Springs, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to maintaining the ecological balance of the watersheds of Sandy Springs, GA, through education and stream monitoring.  Our goal is teo foster the preservation, character and integrity of the watersheds.

After 10 years of advocating and educating, our mission has expanded to include all 6 watersheds in Sandy Springs.  We welcome the involvement of all citizens.

All property in Sandy Springs is part of a watershed.  

The six watersheds in the city City of Sandy Springs are:

Nancy Creek, 4,567 acres
Long Island Creek, 4,224 acres
Heards Creek,4,130 acres
Marsh Creek, 3,606 acres
Sullivan Creek, 4,567 acres
Crooked Creek, 4,342 acres

GOALS

Increase awareness of viagra without a prescription legal watershed issues
Encourage best land management practices
Promote responsible development and land use
Advocate for our neighborhoods and local environment
Interact with county, state and federal entities to effect change
Monitor the health and safety of the stream by conducting periodic creek walks and levitra tablets water sampling and testing

Our watersheds feed our water supply and their health is critical to the future of our community.  Become involved.   Please contact us today! 

Kimberly York Hudson has died

Kimberly York Hudson, Past President, has died.

Advocates of the environment and especially clean, healthy watersheds have lost a dear friend. Kimberly York-Hudson, Past President , and a founder, of Long Island Creek Watershed Preservation Association (predecessor of Watershed Alliance of Sandy Springs) has died. She was President from 2002-2004.

Kimberly brought passion to the organization and worked closely with Fulton County and Commissioner Lowe on buy cialis cheap land use issues and code enforcement problems.  She was responsible for getting out our early newsletters and she was always ready to step up to the plate. 

She is gone too soon and  will be missed by all lucky enough to www.cathalac.org know her.

WASS FALL 2013 NEWSLETTER

Thank you to all who came out to help us and we like it support the clean-up of Colewood Creek last month! Word is that we pulled a TON of trash of all shapes and sizes out of pharmacy canada viagra the creek.  Pictures will be coming soon! In the meantime, if you participated and you would like to share your photos, please either post them on the Facebook page, tagging us in your photo, or e-mailing them with a brief description to This email address is best and cheapest viagra pills being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

In other news...please check out our latest Fall 2013 newsletter here.  We look forward to a busy season and upcoming year for WASS!!!




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