A common inquiry received at the Watershed Stewardship Program office is “why don’t I hear as many frogs calling as when I was younger.” It is a tough question to answer. We need data to truly understand what is happening with frogs. Now you have the opportunity to get involved in monitoring the health of our frog and toad populations!
Our staff is actively engaged in providing free outreach and field trip programs for Cobb County students (3rd grade– high school). In the 2015-2016 school year, our programs reached 15,269 students at 84 schools, serving 663 classrooms, and providing 396 instructional hours. The links below provide information about school programs.
This report summarizes Cobb County Water System’s program to educate the community about issues impacting local water quality, to foster good habits and responsible behaviors, and to promote an ethic of respect for and a connection to our natural resources.
A Thalweg is a line connecting the lowest points of successive cross-sections along the course of a valley or river. This Thalweg is your quarterly connection to Cobb's watershed stewardship program. Explore natural history, biodiversity, local volunteer opportunities, and more. Download the most recent publication of the Thalweg, or sign up for an electronic version.