December 9, 2012
Ghost River Brewing And The Wolf River Conservancy Partners In Clean Water
Courtesy of Pat Byington, The Green Register Editor
If you are going to make good beer, crisp, clean water is a must. Check out the video below about the partnership between the Wolf River Conservancy and Ghost River Brewing, a hand-crafted beer company located in downtown Memphis that depends on the clean waters in the Ghost River and Wolf River watershed.
Since 1985, the Wolf River Conservancy has helped protect over 18,000 acres in the Wolf River corridor (in the Memphis, Tennessee region). The Wolf River begins in Holly Springs National Forest in the red clay hills of Benton County, Mississippi. Fed by artesian springs, the river flows north into Tennessee then travels 90 miles westward to its mouth at the Mississippi River in downtown Memphis.
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