The lower Saluda River, fed by the waters of Lake Murray, is a cold-watery trout fishery in an area of the state where trout aren’t normally found. River advocates want to eliminate sewage discharges to protect water quality.
The lower Saluda River, fed by the waters of Lake Murray, is a cold-watery trout fishery in an area of the state where trout aren’t normally found. River advocates want to eliminate sewage discharges to protect water quality. SAMMY FRETWELL sfretwell@thestate.com
The lower Saluda River, fed by the waters of Lake Murray, is a cold-watery trout fishery in an area of the state where trout aren’t normally found. River advocates want to eliminate sewage discharges to protect water quality. SAMMY FRETWELL sfretwell@thestate.com

Sewage in the Saluda deserves more attention, politicians, river advocates say

July 17, 2016 12:50 PM

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