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April 7, 2018

CWEET is pleased to bring our community, straight from Knoxville, the Cattywampus Puppet Council's theatrical marvel, What The Water Tells Me. An artful play with life size puppets, original songs by the Good Guy Collective and beautifully choreographed dance, with a p...

February 6, 2018

CWEET is asking all local artists, crafters, and gardeners to submit an application to join us for our second annual Art and Gardening On Cosby Festival. Last year this event was successful, educational, and fun, and resulted in backyard edible gardens for the attendee...

February 6, 2018

Have you ever wanted to contribute to protecting your local watershed but donʼt know how? Clean Water Expected in East TN (CWEET) trains volunteer citizen science monitoring teams to go into the nearby Nolichucky and Pigeon Rivers to collect biological and chemical dat...

May 17, 2017

CWEET is happy to announce this year’s lineup for our summer concert series.  Events will take place at the Beantrees Cafe in Hartford, TN, with shows starting at 7 pm. You can find more information about each event in our Events section. Open to all ages the...

November 7, 2016

On Saturday, November 12th, Clean Water Expected in East Tennessee will be hosting “Low Down on the RIver” a social event to update the community on water quality issues and the state of Cocke Counties’ rivers. The event will take place from 1-4 at the Danny Wester Mem...

August 29, 2016

Application available here

Clean Water Expected in East Tennessee, a group started by raft guides in response to pollution on the Pigeon River, is applying for a third year of funding to continue a stream monitoring project on the neighboring Nolichucky River. The grant...

February 25, 2015

CWEET is proud to announce that we have been awarded a grant by Patagonia to start a stream monitoring project on the Nolichucky River. We are currently accepting applications for volunteers interested in committing  to a year-long project. Applications can be found by...

April 26, 2014

Did you know that a chemical company is hoping to dump hundreds of thousands of gallons of contaminated water into the Nolichucky River? Check out Save the Nolichucky to learn how you can help.

The public comment period has been extended until May 3o and your comme...

December 28, 2013

Clean Water Expected in East Tennessee (CWEET) representatives recently attended a water quality hearing in Raleigh, NC for that state’s Triennial Review on November 19th. Representatives Amelia Taylor and Maria Guzman of CWEET made public comments regarding the Color...

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