The Lower Flint Watershed (HUC 03130008) covers an area of approximately 3,100 square miles in southwestern Georgia, USA. The watershed is characterized by a humid subtropical climate with hot summers and mild winters. The Flint River is the primary surface water resource in the region, with the majority of the watershed being agricultural land. The watershed has a complex hydrology, with a mix of surface water and groundwater sources. Snowpack is rare in this region. Reservoirs in the Lower Flint Watershed are used for irrigation and recreation, and are also a source of drinking water for local communities. Water quality in the Flint River has been a concern due to high levels of nutrients and sedimentation. Interesting climatic facts include the high frequency of severe weather events, such as tornadoes and hurricanes, and the vulnerability of the area to droughts. In recent years, the Lower Flint Watershed has experienced a decline in water availability, highlighting the need for sustainable water management practices.