Interviews with Citizens
Working to Restore Freshwater Mussels and the Watersheds of Southwest Virginia
June 16 and 17, 2005
A successful effort such as the Clinch River mussel reintroduction requires the efforts of many organizations, landowners, and citizens. Here are some thoughts of various partners working on watershed issues in the Clinch River Valley.
Elizabeth Smith, Teacher - Tazewell County
Student Angela Cornwell, Tazewell County, Va.
Dick Neves - USGS, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
Dave Johnson, Highland Diary Farm, Glade Springs, Va.
Karen Mayne - USFWS, Welcomes new partners
John Schmerfeld, USFWS, Biologist with Division of Environmental Contaminants
Shannon O'Quinn - Tennessee Valley Authority
Edmondson and Leo Snead,
Virginia Department of Transportation
Rick Weeks - Virginia Division of Environmental Quality
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