·Publish newsletter throughout the year for more than 200 recipients, highlighting activities, legislation,
and concerns relating to Swift Creek Reservoir and its tributaries.
·Serve on community advisory committees, relating to reservoir issues.
·Participate in public meetings about water resources at the community county and state levels.
·Provide booths at community events for education about water, lawn care and fertilizers.
·Encourage innovative legislation to protect the Swift Creek Reservoir
·Sponsor public forums relating to lake management and land-use.
·Obtain interpretation of recent state and federal laws governing water resources from an environmental