The Catawba-Wateree Water Management Group (CWWMG) serves 4,750 square miles that drain into the Catawba river, providing water for neighbors from Morganton, NC to Camden, SC.
The CWWMG exists to identify, fund, and manage projects that help extend and enhance the capacity of the Catawba-Wateree River to meet human water needs (water supply, power production, industry, agriculture, and commerce) while maintaining the ecological health of the waterway.
Catawba-Wateree Water Management Group Celebrates Earth Week
Non-Profit working to protect the Catawba-Wateree River makes progress on key projects(CHARLOTTE, N.C.—April 16, 2013) The Catawba-Wateree Water Management Group (CWWMG), a non-profit group formed five years ago to address the needs facing the Catawba River Basin, is celebrating Earth Week, April 17-23, by marking milestones on key projects that will help protect the river for future generations.
“The Catawba River is well cared for, but it works hard every day to support a variety of needs,” said Jimmy Bagley, CWWMG Vice-Chair. “Our charge as an organization is to ... Read More
CWWMG Regular Meeting: Based on the undercertain arrival time and impact of approaching Winter Storm Pax, as well as the need for inclement weather preparation required of all CWWMG members, the next regular meeting been rescheduled for February 18, 2014 at 10:00 AM at the Lee S. Dukes Water Treatment Plant in Huntersville, NC.