November 28, 2010 in Letters, Opinion

Water monitoring vital

 

Water is a precious natural resource and all monitoring should be continued wherever it is already in place. In light of pressures from proposed mining operations and increasing developments adjacent to sensitive wetlands, streams, rivers and lakes, it is imperative to use every possible tool available to protect them. The health of our communities depends on the quality of all our natural resources. Funding to monitor our water is necessary to keep it clean.

Cheryl Stern

Sandpoint


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