Rank #1: Ep. 7 West Point Lake
Subjects discussed…the heavy breathing of Tators, the English/Canadian/American Bulldog that doesn’t like history. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, West Point Lake, the town of West Point, Algal Blooms, Henry Jackson definitely doesn’t advocate in support of hydrilla, dealing with trash in waterways, and more! Guests: Henry Jacobs, Outreach Coordinator, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper Links: Southern Water Southern Power on Amazon River Song on Amazon Riverkeeper Guide to the Chattahoochee on Amazon Captains for Clean Water Website Support this project: To donate to CRC in support of this project, click here.
Rank #2: Ep. 6 Intro to Outdoor Photography
CRC Executive Director Henry Jackson sits down with Chris Funk (Professional Outdoor Photographer) to discuss Outdoor Photography for people of all skill levels. If you're interested in capturing the beautiful scenery of the Chattahoochee River, this episode is for you!
Rank #3: EP. 5 Dam Removal - Historical Preservation
The first episode in our series exploring the removal of dams from rivers and tributaries, Executive Director Henry Jackson and Programs Director Sanna Moravek talk with Justin Krieg of Historic Columbus. Topics discussed...the importance of historical preservation, American Rivers, why we as a nation like old things, the history of mill dams, Henry's disappointment in exploding dams, how to live in a historic mill building, and more! Links: American Rivers Document is here. American Rivers Website is here. Historic Columbus Website is here. Support this Project: To donate to CRC in support of this project, click here.
Rank #4: Ep. 4 Fish Consumption Guidelines
Henry Jackson sits down with Brent Hess of Georgia Department of Natural Resources and is joined by Henry Jacobs and Hannah Bradford of Chattahoochee Riverkeeper. Topics discussed include...the two Henry's, the two (generalized) views of the Chattahoochee River, legacy pollution, and eating fish from the Chattahoochee River. Georgia DNR's Fish Consumption Guidelines can be found here. Chattahoochee River Conservancy's website is here. To donate to support this program and CRC's other projects, click here.
Rank #5: Ep. 3: Stream Ecology
Recorded at Columbus State University with Dr. Troy Keller. Subjects discussed…Stream Order, Importance of Flow, What is Cubic Feet per Second, Interbasin Transfers, ACF Water War, Georgia’s annexation of Tennessee, River Continuum Concept and more! USGS River Guages Streams: Their Ecology and Life Adopt-A-Stream Donate To CRC Questions, Comments, Corrections: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rank #6: Ep. 2: Water Wars w/Flint Riverkeeper
For more information on Flint Riverkeeper, click here. For more information on the ACF Stakeholders, click here. To support this project and Chattahoochee River Conservancy, click here.
Rank #7: Ep. 1: Native Fish
Recorded at Auburn University Fisheries - Host Henry Jackson talks with Dr. Steve Sammons, Amy Cottrell, and Chad Hoffman about the threats facing the native fish of the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin and the work being done to ensure these species are preserved. Become a member of Chattahoochee River Conservancy and donate to the restoration of native fish species here.