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Explore Georgia’s Water with GPB
Explore Georgia’s freshwater systems and learn how they supply clean water to residents, schools, and businesses. This live exploration was produced in partnership with Georgia Public Broadcasting. Watch the full video or segmented clips by topic.
Park Ranger Jerry Hightower explains the importance of the Chattahoochee River in supplying freshwater to Georgia residents and the purpose of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area in metro Atlanta.
We visit Clayton County Water Authority in metro Atlanta to learn how stormwater is managed and redirected to freshwater sources like creeks and streams. We also see how vacuum trucks clear clogged storm drains to help prevent flooding.
Take a tour of Johns Creek Environmental Campus, a state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility. See how wastewater is treated and put back into the Chattahoochee River, the source of drinking water for many in metro Atlanta.
The availability of freshwater is critical for farmers in south Georgia. In this video, Donald Chase in Macon County, Georgia, discusses the importance of clean freshwater and how he uses it to irrigate his crops.
Learn about Cobb County, Georgia’s Adopt-a-Stream program and how it helps protect freshwater systems in the area. Student volunteers participate in a water testing activity that monitors the quality of water in the creek.