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The WNC Stormwater Partnership hosted a WNC Stormwater Summit on February 22, 2017 that brought together a broad group of stormwater and water resource professionals from throughout the region. Participants also toured the UNC-Asheville low impact development and green stormwater infrastructure facilities. Presentations and more information can be found here.



The NC Cooperative Extension has several workshops planned in the region. Check out their website for more information.

Rain Barrel Fundraiser

Don't miss your chance to purchase a Classic Black 50 gallon Ivy Rain Barrel at a discounted price! Normally $95, you can get one for $70 for a limited time only. 

See HERE for more details. Order by April 22nd, 2018, pickup April 28th.


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Clear mountain streams, healthy drinking water, beautiful lakefronts, vibrant fishing runs . . .
Our water resources are one of Western North Carolina's most precious assets.

Excellent water quality is important for our own high quality of life, for the economic benefit of attracting tourism and growth, and for the ecological value of healthy aquatic communities.

Stormwater runoff is our most serious water pollution problem.

Local governments are taking steps to manage stormwater runoff and protect water quality. We need everyone's help.