AWW Director, Eric Reutebuch, had the pleasure and the privilege of presenting the 2016 ‘Smith State of the Lake Address’ to a packed house at the Smith Lake Civic Association Building near Jasper, AL last week. Eric was thrilled to see such a large, enthusiastic crowd gathered to learn about¬†watershed stewardship!

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SLCA President, John Kulbitskas, welcomes the record crowd to the SLCA annual meeting and the Smith ‘State of the Lake Address.’

Eric explaining to Smith Lake stakeholders how exceptionally clean and precious their lake is, and watershed stewardship actions they can take to keep it that way.

Eric explaining to Smith Lake stakeholders how exceptionally clean and precious their lake is, and watershed stewardship actions they can take to keep it that way.

Group of dedicated citizen volunteers that got certified as AWW Bacteriological Monitors following the 'State of the Lake' presentation.

Group of dedicated citizen volunteers that got certified as AWW Bacteriological Monitors following the ‘State of the Lake’ presentation.

Read about the meeting in the Jasper Mountain Eagle

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Browse the AWW ‘State of the Lake’ presentation