November 13, 2013
The Flint River has made the Georgia Water Coalition’s Dirty Dozen for the third straight year. The organization’s annual report on the state of Georgia’s waterways and coast line, cited pumps, dams, diversions and state water policy which are cutting into the river’s flow, creating a man-made drought. (Staff Photo: Terry Lewis)
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The GWC cites pumps, dams, diversions and state water policy which are cutting into the river's flow, creating a man-made drought
For the third straight year, the Flint River has been named to the Georgia Water Coalition Dirty Dozen of endangered state water recources.