Thu
Mar 20 2008
03:05 pm

187 Watershed signs have gone up in Tennessee. They mark the boundaries and let people know what bodies of water every drop of rain in that area flows into, along with all the trash and pollution it carries with it.

Tennessee Watersheds

Broken Link

I think you meant to link to the State's site here

The Signs are Pretty Neat

I saw the "Lower Clinch Watershed" sign on 40 recently, and though that I hadn't seen it before. Now I know.

It's nice every now and then to stop and realize that the natural world is everywhere, whether we put an Interstate across a particular place or not. These watershed signs are a good reminder.

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