Council Begins Work
Stewardship in its name would suggest, the Regional Resource
Stewardship Council (RRSC) is doing its part to ensure that the natural
gifts of the Tennessee Valley are preserved for future generations.
TVA convened the
first meeting of the RRSC in 2000 to provide a forum for public input
concerning the agencys decision-making processes in the area of
natural-resource management. An advisory group made up of 20 members
who represent a wide variety of interests, the council helps TVA set
priorities in managing the Tennessee River and its watershed.
subcommittees spent much of last year studying such issues as integrated
river management, navigation infrastructure, public-lands management,
and water quality. Recently they began reporting their recommendations
to the full council.
are open to the public. You may view documents related to the meetings
on the RRSC Web site.
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