United States Geological Service -- Chattahoochee: The USGS maintains up-to-date data on various pollutants found in the river. Also, a useful glossary for different types of pollution.
United States Geological Service -- Water Resources of Georgia: The overall website for the USGS water resources program in Georgia. Links to a variety of of pollution data, answers to common questions and USGS publications.
Upper Chattahoochee River Keeper: The website of the non-profit organization that keeps tabs on everything that deals with the Chattahoochee, inlcuding a section on tri-state water issues. Background information on the river, legal issues, and information about joining the group.
Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs: The specific details of Alabama's water plans for the ACF river basin and the Alabama-Coosa-Tallapoosa River basin.
Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce: The online home to the Apalachicola area. Find out about the historic nature of "Florida's Forgotten Coast."
Tupelo Honey: The largest and densest stands of Tupelo trees grow in the swamps of the lower Apalachicola and Chipola Rivers. Nowhere are Tupelos so dense that honey can be made from and certified pure Tupelo.
Florida Department of Environmental Protection: The site provides the latest information on proposed environmental leglislation, appointments, and programs.
Apalachicola National Estuarine Research Reserve: The Apalachicola Reserve includes two barrier islands and a portion of a third. The Reserve also includes the lower 52 miles of the Apalachicola River and its associated floodplain, small portions of adjoining uplands, and the Apalachicola Bay system. The overall high water quality of the Apalachicola estuary, with the combined effects of other factors, provide the ideal living conditions for estuarine biota and have resulted in the creation of a highly productive estuarine system. The myriad of habitats found within the Reserve support a wide range of plant and animal species, many of which are threatened or endangered.
Apalachicola River and Bay Ecosystem Plan: A 183-page plan to balance human needs with wildlife needs. Developed by Florida State University for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader and Winzip)
Army Corps of Engineers: The various recreation sites on the Chatahoochee, Flint and Apalachicola river system, including various lakes, locks, dams, and campgrounds.
For more information about singer/songwriters used in the documentary, click here.
Dale Crider: "Florida's environmental troubador." He has written, recorded and performed numerous songs about Florida, its unique wilderness and wildlife. These songs have helped bring attention to the plight of endangered wildlife, to their habitats in rivers and other fragile acquatic ecosystems, and to the natural systems that support all life in Florida.
Jeanie Fitchen: Jeanie's concert performances take the listener through the entire gamut of emotions as she spins yarns and tugs at the heartstrings, incorporating traditional as well as contemporary topical elements in her programs. She is a highly-acclaimed songwriter with the ability to evoke through melancholy and euphoria the wondrous resilience and vitality of life. Clips from her CDs available in RealAudio or WAV format.
Steve Gillette: Gillette's music has inspired glowing reviews from the critics and the deep loyalty of his fans. Since Ian and Sylvia first recorded Darcy Farrow in 1966, Steve's songs have been sung by dozens of major artists including Garth Brooks, John Denver, Nanci Griffith, Waylon Jennings, Gordon Lightfoot, Anne Murray, Tony Rice, Kenny Rogers, Linda Ronstadt, Spanky and Our Gang, Jerry Jeff Walker, Jennifer Warnes, Don Williams, and Tammy Wynette.
Harvey Reid: Songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Harvey Reid has honed his craft over the last 30 years in countless clubs, festivals, streetcorners, cafes, schools and concert halls across the nation. He has been called the "renaissance man of folk music." He has absorbed a vast repertoire of American music and woven it into his own colorful, personal and distinctive style. His 13 solo albums on Woodpecker Records showcase his mastery of many instruments and styles of acoustic music, from hip folk to country, slashing slide guitar blues to bluegrass, old-time, Celtic, ragtime and classical.
MYRIAD: A Florida music group that performs in Coffee Houses, festivals and radio programs across the state. Playing a variety music from Celtic to Jazz, the group currently includes Mike Jurgensen, Glenn Smith, Pete Hennings and Mindy Simmons.
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