• 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

  • WASS Joins With Leadership Sandy Springs

    WASS Joins With Leadership Sandy Springs In association with Leadership Sandy Springs, WASS is organizing a clean up walk of Marsh Creek on Saturday, April 26, 2014. Any interested participants need to contact Susan Joseph at 404-252-2322 as soon as possible. Volunteers will meet at North Springs High School between

  • 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.

  • WASS FALL 2013 NEWSLETTER

    Thank you to all who came out to help us and 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 the creek.  Pictures will be coming soon! In the meantime, if you participated and you

  • WASS & Kennesaw College Project Video

    WASS & Kennesaw College Project Video In 2012 WASS  collaborated with Kennesaw College students to evaluate stream damage, analyze water health and clean up watershed areas in the city of Sandy Springs.  Marsh Creek and Long Island Creek waterheds were the locations of the pictures included.  Kennesaw College made a

  • VIDEO OF WASS AND KENNESAW STUDENTS

    Last year WASS  collaborated with Kennesaw College students to evaluate stream damage, analyze water health and clean up watershed areas in the city of Sandy Springs.  Marsh Creek and Long Island Creek waterheds were the locations of the pictures included.  Kennesaw College made a video of this project which can

  • Georgia Water Coalition’s “Dirty Dozen”

    Georgia Water Coalition’s (www.georgiawater.org) “Dirty Dozen” highlights the worst offenses to Georgia’s water—offenses that are the consequences of an under-funded state environmental agency and a lack of political will to aggressively enforce laws that protect our water, land, air and people. The Georgia Water Coalition publishes this list as a

  • Harriet Mills Memorial Service

    Harriet Mills, our dear friend and long time advocate of the integrity and beauty of our watersheds and our neighborhoods died March 2, 2012.  She will be dearly missed.  Her long time commitment to protecting the health and beauty of our environment cannot be replaced. On October 28, 2012, the

  • Colewood Creek Cleanup a Big Success

    UPDATE: The turn out for the Colewood Creek walk and cleanup on October 14, 2012 was exceptional. We had 41 people participate.  This was a special, first time ever total creek clean up, top to bottom. Trash was removed from the creek, notations on maps deliniated locations of creek obstructions or damage

  • Wass Hosts Kennesaw College Students

    WASS HOSTS KENNESAW COLLEGE STUDENTS On July 11, 2012, the students of Kennesaw College, as part of their class assignment in collaboration with WASS, reported on their findings regarding the water quality and creek bed status of Long Island Creek and Marsh Creek watersheds.  Their reports were enlightening and