A documentary film addressing how water quality affects North Carolina fisheries will be released March 22, which is World Water Day, in celebration of the 50-year anniversary of the US Clean Water Act.
The film, “Tidal Alert: The State of Water Quality and its Impacts on Coastal Fisheries,” is a component of the Water Quality for Fisheries Program. This coastwide program through Coastal Carolina Riverwatch addresses water quality concerns prioritized by coastal fishing communities in North Carolina. Riverwatch works to protect 320 miles of rivers and streams, 140,104 acres of estuaries and 129 miles of coastline in Carteret and Onslow counties.
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