Six Word Story Time! Playing with the popular six word novel idea, we are collecting six word stories about rivers. Post your 6 word story in the comment section on Georgia River Network’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/georgiarivernetwork This Week’s Six Word Story Stream Theme: “wildlife”
Registration for Spring on the Satilla is still open! Register now for a weekend full of fun down the beautiful and wild Satilla River!
Each day’s journey is short to allow time for exploring off-river sloughs, to learn about the river and its life through educational programs and to enjoy a leisurely camp and great catered meals atop a bluff overlooking the river. If you want to experience one of Georgia’s most iconic landscapes at its best, this is the weekend for you.
Register and learn more here!
Guess what? Georgia River Network is about to reach 5000 likes on facebook and Paddle Georgia, A Project of Georgia River Network is about to reach 4,000!
It couldnt have been done without the support from all of YOU!
Thank you for the support of our work to protect, restore, and enjoy our rivers from the mountains to the coast and for joining us at our events and on our paddling trips!
Check out our 2017 event line up here and save your spot: http://garivers.org/#GRNevents
February 23rd 1:00-2:30 EST
River Network and America’s Great Waters Coalition invite you to join a call to hear about what’s happening with efforts to defend the Clean Water Act from attacks from Congress and the Administration. A new Clean Water for All Campaign created by national groups is getting going to organize defensive work in key target states and look to some proactive opportunities across the country. You will hear from Chad Lord with the National Parks Conservation Associationand Jan Goldman Carter with National Wildlife Federation about how this important work is unfolding and how you can engage. There will be ample time for Q&A and discussion re this and other next steps on working together.
Please RSVP to Katherine Baer (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 2/21 and they will send you the call in number.
Its TIP TOP TUESDAY! Time for GRN’s Tip of the Week~ Spring is right around the corner which means outdoor adventures! Check out this list of cool places in Georgia that you can visit! https://georgia.gov/blog/2013-11-15/georgias-7-natural-wonders
Take a voyage down the Satilla River with Georgia River Network April 1st-2nd,2017!
When you think Deep South rivers, the Satilla is likely the image your mind conjures. Its slow-moving blackwater, moss-draped cypress and tupelo forests, rustic riverside fish camps, meandering oxbows and swampy sloughs are the stuff of southern folklore.
As the crow flies, the 28-mile run of the Satilla explored during Spring on the Satilla is just 20 miles from the heart of the Okefenokee Swamp, and like the swamp, it is wild, remote and beautiful.
Register NOW and learn more here: http://garivers.org/paddle_georgia/springonthesatilla.html