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Way Down Yonder on the Chattahoochee Paddle — Georgia River Network

Event from Georgia River Network

Newnan, GA, United States

Way Down Yonder on the Chattahoochee Paddle

Georgia River Network

Join Georgia River Network as we participate in Chattahoochee Riverkeeper’s 25th Anniversary Relay Down the Hooch celebration. The 15-mile paddle route from Chattahoochee Bend State Park to Franklin takes in some of the best of the Chattahoochee shoals, rapids and islands downstream from Atlanta and will include stops at beautiful

Fall Float on the Flint River — Georgia River Network

Event from Georgia River Network

GA, United States

Fall Float on the Flint River

Georgia River Network

Travel 48 miles from Baconton to Bainbridge taking in the best of the Flint – beautiful blue hole springs, lively shoals, rich history, abundant wildlife and more! Fashioned after our annual week-long Paddle Georgia events, we will tent camp on the river two nights at Rocky Bend Flint River Retreat.

St. Marys Water Trail Cumberland Island Hidden Gem 2019 — Georgia River Network

Event from Georgia River Network

St. Marys, GA, United States

St. Marys Water Trail Cumberland Island Hidden Gem 2019

Georgia River Network

Join Georgia River Network (GRN) and St. Marys Riverkeeper on the St. Marys River Water Trail for GRN’s 20th Hidden Gem Event. Participants will enjoy delicious meals, live entertainment and tent camping near the beach under gorgeous live oak and palmetto forest. There will be fascinating presentations about wildlife, local

Georgia Shouldn’t Be the Dumping Ground for Toxic Coal Waste — Georgia River Network

 from Georgia River Network

Athens, GA, United States

Georgia Shouldn’t Be the Dumping Ground for Toxic Coal Waste

Georgia River Network

The waste leftover from burning coal is toxic. Coal ash has harmful metals, like mercury and arsenic, and other dangerous chemicals that become even more dangerous when they enter our water supplies.

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