Cheoah Volunteer Opportunity July 24 & 25
07/20/2009 - by Kevin Colburn
The Southern Appalachian Cooperative Weed Management Partnership will be controlling oriental bittersweet, privet, and multiflora rose on the Cheoah River this Friday, July 24th and Saturday, July 25th. These aggressive invasive plants are overtaking Virginia spiraea, a federally threatened plant. If you are interested in joining us, please RSVP by Thursday, July 25th. Carpooling from Asheville can be arranged. All tools and equipment will be provided.
Cheoah River Restoration Report Released - Thumbs Up!
07/15/2009 - by Kevin Colburn
On June 30, 2009 a report was released that definitively finds that the high flow events that paddlers use on the Cheoah River have no significant biological or stream channel impacts that need to be addressed. American Whitewater is very pleased that the releases on the Cheoah are a good thing for the river, as predicted, and will continue to work to restore the Cheoah River.