This brief video describes how Lower Rock Creek's location between two National Wild and Scenic Rivers caused Kentucky environmentalists to choose the creek as a target for acid mine drainage remediation. The environmentalists wanted the creek to more closely resemble both Upper Rock Creek, which is its feeder stream, and the waterways that flow below it.
This resource is part of the Water Solutions collection.
This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions.
Download video here: http://tdcms.ket.org/watersolutions/downloads/watsol00013.zip