November 22, 2013

NWNL documents and studies entire watersheds – not just rivers and lakes, because what happens on the land is what effects water quality and availability.

USA: Louisiana, Baton Rouge on east bank of Mississippi River, petro-chemical plants in what is called "Cancer Alley"

USA: Louisiana, Baton Rouge on east bank of Mississippi River, petro-chemical plants in what is called “Cancer Alley” © Alison M. Jones for http://www.nowater-nolife.org

USA:  Louisiana, Baton Rouge, levee covered by stabilizing mats on east side of Mississippi River at sunrise, accessed just below Gardere St,

USA: Louisiana, Baton Rouge, levee covered by stabilizing mats on east side of Mississippi River at sunrise, accessed just below Gardere St © Alison M. Jones for http://www.nowater-nolife.org

USA:  Mississippi, Mississippi River Basin, Yazoo-Mississippi Delta,  Coahoma County, Clarksdale, The Shack Up Inn, seat of old, rusted cotton gin

USA: Mississippi, Mississippi River Basin, Yazoo-Mississippi Delta, Coahoma County, Clarksdale, The Shack Up Inn, seat of old, rusted cotton gin © Alison M. Jones for http://www.nowater-nolife.org

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