On Saturday I drove by a popular trout stream (Snowbird Creek) here in western North Carolina that was running red, filled with clay run-off.
I have driven by this stream many many times in all kinds of weather and it is clear that someone is doing construction without adequate silt fences, etc.
The stream is adjacent to USPS land and I just reported it to the phone operator at the district office (Cheoah Ranger District).
Any other ideas as to what I should do? EPA?
Edited by Creekwalker, 23 August 2011 - 10:32 AM.