TheTRWCinterfaces with many other organizations toward commonly held objectives. TRWC shares regional affiliation with the following associations, all of which are focused on the interests of the residents on and adjacent to their lakes.
> Lake Burton is the largest and northernmost of the series of Georgia Power Company power-generating lakes. The Lake Burton Civic Association is a tax- qualified 501(c)(3) organization, and its website is http://www.lbca.net.
> Moving south, the next lake in the Tallulah River Basin is Lake Seed. It is the smallest of the three interconnected lakes and the Seed Lake Association is also a 501(c)(3) organization. The website is http://seedlake.org.
> The southernmost lake in the string is Lake Rabun, and the association that benefits its residents (the Lake Rabun Association) is a 501(c)(4) organization (also tax exempt under a different section of the tax code. Its website is http://www.lakerabun.org.
> The West Rabun Property Owners organization strives to inform residents throughout the watershed of important issues and developments, as well as interviewing candidates and making recommendations for key positions in local elections. The WRPO website is www.westrabunpropertyowners.com. Organizations with Common Purpose: (under development)