What Can I Do to Help the Kingston Lake Watershed?
Crabtree Canal, Kingston Lake and the Waccamaw River are valuable amenities for our community. When waterways are clean and healthy, citizens have better opportunities for safe recreation and robust economic growth. It’s all our watershed . . . and the path to clean water leads through your backyard. So, what can you do to help?
- Take the watershed pledge and join the KLEAN network!
- Talk to your local leaders about clean water
- City of Conway
- Horry County
- Support wise policies governing water pollution
- Participate in a cleanup event — contact Waccamaw Riverkeeper for next event
- Reduce pollution at your home and/or place of business
- Recycle or properly dispose of household chemicals
- Properly dispose of pet wastes
- Don’t pour detergents & oils from cars down storm drains
- Maintain septic systems
- Reduce fertilizer and pesticide use
- Encourage friends and neighbors to reduce pollution
- Volunteer — Conway City Council is accepting applications for 2 vacancies on the city’s Water Quality and Drainage Commission. If you are interested in serving on this committee, please call 248-1760 and request an application. You may also come to City Hall to pick up an application or go online at www.cityofconway.com and download an application.