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Water Watch Week is seven days of programs and events designed to promote the importance of keeping our lakes, rivers and streams clean. The event is hosted by many Ozarks businesses and community sponsors. Mike Kromrey, Executive Director of the Watershed Committee of the Ozarks, says this event will show people how fun and important our water resources are.
“Water watch week is a series of events that a lot of the nonprofits in the area, that work for water quality, have put together. The water watch week you can think of as an umbrella for all these events.”
Kromrey says clean water is essential for tourism and consumption, and is dependent on community action.
“Keeping our rivers and lakes clean really depends on people and what they do in their own backyard” Kromery said.
For KSMU News I’m Shannon Bowers