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Atlanta, GA: Making a Visible Difference in the Proctor Creek Watershed Through Information and Data

Posted by Content Coordinator on Monday, June 27th, 2016

Description: EPA is working to bring focused attention and coordinated action in more than 50 environmentally overburdened, underserved, and economically distressed communities. This involves listening to community leaders and residents to understand their needs and then working with local, state and other federal partners to leverage our collective resources in support of local goals. In this video, watch how we are working with Proctor Creek Watershed community by providing information and data. What we learn in Proctor Creek and the other communities will help improve how we serve many more communities in the future.

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