Our HRLA Renewable Resource Action Committee (RRAC) has been very active in implementing our action plan steps to create a system to manage and slow the natural process of sand and silt, mainly carried by the Yadkin River, filling in High Rock Lake. This is a growing threat to North Carolina's second largest fresh water resource. This natural process can be managed to slow or prevent creation of sand bars that erase lake access, cause navigational hazards, and diminishes North Carolina's precious fresh water reserve of High Rock Lake. Our committee will present a quotation from a nationally recognized engineering team designed to gather data and offer solutions on how to slow or reverse this sand and silt filling High Rock Lake. Our board will meet on December 6th to make a decision on how HRLA can best move forward.