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Be Eyes and Ears on the Watershed

Watch for environmental problems!  If you see something that concerns you, like open burning, algae blooms, illegal dumping, sewer overflows, improper construction practices, leaking tanks, garbage bins or fats disposal bins, or suspicious pipes discharging into creeks or drainage ditches, let someone know about it. See the City of Columbia's My River Starts Here page for photos showing problems that should be reported.  For other jurisdictions, see the contact list for responsible government agencies.

If you're not sure who to call to report a watershed problem, get in touch with Carmony Adler at or 803-727-8326 or click on the link below.

Who to Call


Help celebrate the watershed! We are always looking for great photos of the natural beauty of the watershed, as well as people and animals enjoying it.  Send photos, with the name of the photographer and the approximate location, to 


Spread the word!  Invite a speaker to give a presentation to your organization, club, church group, etc. Contact us at or 803-727-8326

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