Duke Energy, Watershed Ecology Center Team Up to Bring Adopt-a-Stream to Spartanburg County

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Duke Energy, Watershed Ecology Center Team Up to Bring Adopt-a-Stream to Spartanburg County

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Monday, November 6, 2017 - 11:15am

CAMPAIGN: Protecting the Carolinas' Waterways

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As one of Duke Energy’s Water Resources Fund recipients, Watershed Ecology Center developed the Adopt-a-Stream program for Spartanburg County, and is working with local volunteers and students who have become certified water quality monitors. Thanks to their efforts, Spartanburg County can now monitor and address water quality issues more quickly. 

The funding for AAS for Spartanburg County has allowed the Watershed Ecology Center to assume a more active role in water monitoring in the County and a more active role in AAS in South Carolina. The secondary education teachers who have kits now have a simple tool to demonstrate water quality to their students. This is a win-win for our community.

– Jack A. Turner, Director of the Watershed Ecology Center USC Upstate

Learn more about the Watershed Ecology Center here.
 

About The Water Resources Fund
The Water Resource Fund from Duke Energy is a multiyear, $10 million commitment to protect and restore waterways in the Carolinas and neighboring states. Learn more about all 73 of the projects we’ve supported so far, and how you can get involved.

Keywords: Environment | Duke Energy | Education | Environment | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | STEM | Social Impact & Volunteering | South Carolina | Spartanburg | Water | Watershed Ecology Center

CAMPAIGN: Protecting the Carolinas' Waterways

CONTENT: Multimedia with summary