CALLING ALL PADDLERS!!!
The Lower Oconee Hidden Gem Paddle and Campout will be September 17th through 18th and Georgia River Network wants YOU to be there!
This will be an ALL flatwater paddle, so paddlers of all levels are welcome!
We will begin our journey at 8AM on the 17th and begin to paddle for 6.1 miles along the Oconee River in Milledgeville, Georgia! We’ll stop for lunch and have a scrumptious dinner provided by Altamaha Riverkeeper! The second day we will get started with a hot breakfast and begin to paddle for 6.2 miles! Our paddlers should be off the water by 12PM on the 18th!
There will be many activities ranging from presentations on flora and fauna to live music and drum circles!
Don’t miss out on the experience of a lifetime by joining Georgia River Network, Altamaha Riverkeeper, and Lower Oconee Water Trail Partnership to explore this HIDDEN GEM!
Want more information and to register? Click this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lower-oconee-hidden-gem-paddle-campout-sept-17-18-tickets-25059977066
The Fall Float on the Flint will be October 8th through 10th!
Georgia River Network and Flint Riverkeeper are excited for our paddlers to enjoy a beautiful trip 56 miles on the Flint from just south of Albany to just north of Bainbridge taking in the best of the Flint–beautiful blue hole springs, lively shoals, rich history, abundant wildlife and more!
The best way to protect and promote river health is by getting to know your rivers so come out with family and friends to enjoy this exciting event!
If you would like more information or to register, please follow this link https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1839137
DO YOU like yoga, drum circles, campfires, live music, and Low Country Boils? Then YOU SHOULD SIGN UP for the Lower Oconee Hidden Gem Paddle and Campout!
This two day event will take place September 17th through 18th and we will paddle along the Oconee River in Milledgville, Georgia!
If that isn’t enough for you, there will also be events such as a scavenger hunt, nature trivia, and corn hole! We will also be having presentations along the route in adopt-a-stream, flora, fauna, river restoration, performing artists, history, and paddle & campout partners: Georgia River Network, Altamaha Riverkeeper, and Lower Oconee Water Trail Partnership!
Book your spot TODAY before they are all gone!
For more information and to register, follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lower-oconee-hidden-gem-paddle-campout-sept-17-18-tickets-25059977066
How do fall leaves get from place to place? With autumn-mobiles!
Join Georgia River Network and Flint Riverkeeper this fall for the 2016 Fall Float on the Flint!
The event will take place October 8th through 10th! Georgia River Netowork (GRN) wants to empower Georgians to get to know their rivers and protect them! One way we do that is through the Fall Float on the Flint! This trip educates participants on the river’s animal life, plant life, water issues, and much more. GRN believes that if you enjoy your rivers, you’ll care about your rivers. And if you care about your rivers, you’ll want to learn more about them and how you, too, can help protect and restore them.
To learn more and register, please visit the Fall Float on the Flint event page at https://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1839137
The deadline to register is only a little over a month away so secure your spot while you still can!