Recycled Christmas trees provide new fish habitatBy Emily Etheredge Published 5:42pm Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Powell said more than 5,000 trees were brought back to recycle creating opportunities to distribute the trees in several lakes along the Coosa River.
As each boat unloaded various sized tree bundles, Powell commented that the spots would be “sweetened up tremendously” by the new fish habitats.
“It is kind of like we are delivering Christmas to the fish today,” Powell said. “The fish are going to love it.”
For more information on tracking the coordinates of the habitats placed in Lake Mitchell visit www.alabamapower.com/fishdata.
Powell said the coordinates would not be immediately posted but should be up within the next couple of weeks.