• Creek Photo Inventory

    Creek Photo Inventory The new WASS project, a Creek Photo Inventory, has the objective of assisting the City and homeowners in identifying areas where stormwater run-off has damaged the creek bank or tree roots, locate broken sewage pipes, locate private drain pipes, identify and locate downed trees for removal and fix locations of point-source pollution. […]

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  • RAINFALL COLLECTION PROJECT NEEDS YOU

    RAINFALL COLLECTION PROJECT NEEDS YOU WASS’ rain collection project provides us with real time data on the rain fall in our watersheds.  With increased citizen participation and consistent reporiting over time we hope to have sufficiet data to analyize the impact to our streams.  WASS’s rain gauges and the particpation of dedicated citizens gives us […]

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  • KSU Presentation

    KSU Presentation Thanks to the KSU students for their very informative presentation on their work in Marsh and Long Island Creeks. This is the 4th consecutive year that the students, in conjunction with WASS, have tested the same sites at the same time of the year. The accumulative results from their efforts can be found […]

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  • E Coli Danger Averted

    E Coli Danger Averted SERIOUS E COLI CONTAMINATION FOUND IN MARSH CREEK by KSU students in their stream water cleanup and “snapshot of stream” health project sponsored by and organized through Watershed Alliance of Sandy Springs. Please join WASS and the KSU students to learn more about the health of our streams and watersheds on […]

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