Welcome to the Tennessee Water Sentinels network. I'm Gloria, and I'll be showing you around the site. If you're a new visitor, I urge you to take a look around the site and discover all the cool tools available to you. Imagine the possibilities!
Go to the Blog link, right under the team name on this page. You may also want to take a look at my East Tennessee YouTube favorites and the Watauga RiverKeepers blog.
Can you help? Join our team. Just click the green "Join" button over there in the left column under member photos.
Or go ("jump in" might be a better way to put it) to our photos page to see TN H20 Sentinels at events, projects, or monitoring Tennessee public waters. Get active with Water Sentinels in Memphis, Nashville and Mountain City or start a H2O Sentinels project in your own hometown.
Once you join the team, you can write blog posts and comments, and upload photos or files. Look for the list of cool tools over there, under the photo where it says, "Tools."
We welcome your feedback, ideas and questions. You can share them by clicking "Add Comments" or contact me by email at GLa4797@embarqmail.com.
Core Team Areas are by invitation only. They are used for private team business like: agendas, minutes, decisions, draft materials which are not ready for public review.
Sierra Club Teams in this online network that have an approved charge (through the Activist Network Coordinating Pair, or through a chapter or group) can have a private core team area. To find out more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Together we live on the water planet. All living things, our weather, the seasons and our climate are dependent upon water. However, water is a finite resource with only about 1% of the world's water actually being available for human consumption.
Water pollution and overuse are threatening both the quality and quantity of our water resources at an alarming rate. Join TN Water Sentinels and find out how you can help protect your waterways!
Sierra Club Water Sentinels are the first line of defense of Tennessee's waters. Water Sentinels work to protect, improve and restore our waters by fostering alliances to promote water quality monitoring, public education and citizen action.
Please join us in our quest to protect this most precious of our natural resources.
Keep up-to-date on Water Sentinels activities around the country in this blog by national Sierra Club Water Sentinels Director Scott Dye. And check out what other state and local projects are up to.
"Old Man River" needs health care all the way to the Gulf! Learn more below or on the blog link on the Mississippi River Issues team site.
To Help Keep Tennessee Water Clean & Healthy
Jump right in! What can YOU do? Join Today!
Then....make a general comment; do a blog entry of Water Sentinel news; post a Tennessee water news story link; comment on others' posts; upload a PDF of a useful document you've come across; start a forum topic to discuss a water issue; or even post your photo of a water event or monitoring a lake, river or creek service project.