Come out October 1st for the 2nd annual Yellow River Jam! Admission is FREE! Music begins at 12 p.m and there will be water activities!
Buy your raffle tickets today for your last chance in 2016 to win an Old Town NEXT canoe with gear!
Flint Riverkeeper and Georgia River Network are excited to offer you the opportunity to win an Old Town NEXT canoe on Sunday, October 9th as part of the Fall Float on the Flint.
Purchase tickets here!–>flintriverkeeper.org/become-a-member
Thursday morning, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE) unveiled the redesigned southeastcoalash.org website. SACE would be grateful if you would help them get the word out by retweeting and sharing their latest Facebook post. Both posts include a 30-second video which explains the features of SACE’s site!
Paddlers, do you know what tomorrow is!?
It is the Lower Oconee Hidden Gem Paddle and Campout!
Georgia River Network, Altamaha Riverkeeper, and Lower Oconee Water Trail Partnership are VERY EXCITED to paddle along the Oconee River in Milledgeville with you all!
We will put in at 8AM and begin paddling! Lunch and dinner will be provided on Saturday. There will be a hot breakfast provided on Sunday and we hope to be out of the water by 12PM! We will be putting in at the Sinclair Dam in Milledgeville!
BE SURE to have everything packed and ready to go tomorrow and double check all details about the event!
TODAY IS THE LAST DAY TO REGISTER!
For more information about event specifics and to register, follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lower-oconee-hidden-gem-paddle-campout-sept-17-18-tickets-25059977066
Calling all paddlers have YOU heard this news?!?!
It is CLEAN-UP time again. This Saturday, September 17th, Rivers Alive will meet at 10:00 AM State Route 93 S at Ochlockonee River at the boat landing. Catch up with friends and participate in their annual clean-up!!! BRING FRIENDS!!!
Learn more at their website here:
This weekend is the Lower Oconee Hidden Gem Paddle and Campout!
Georgia River Network, Altamaha Riverkeeper, and Lower Oconee Water Trail Partnership have teamed up to make this weekend a fun and family friendly event!
Altamaha Riverkeeper is even providing a Low Country Boil dinner on Saturday! What better way to unwind after a day of paddling than with a delicious dinner! There will also be presentations along the route to learn more about Adopt-A-Stream, flora, fauna, river restoration, performing artists, history, and the Paddle & Campout Partners!
There are also multiple events planned for Saturday night that you won’t want to miss!
The deadline to register is September 16th so secure your spot today!!!
To get more information and register, follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lower-oconee-hidden-gem-paddle-campout-sept-17-18-tickets-25059977066