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GRN Provides Intensive Technical Assistance

July 10, 2015

GRN is providing intensive technical assistance on water trail Development of the Satilla River Water Trail! The Satilla River Water Trail (SRWT) is located in Southeast Georgia within Coffee, Atkinson, Ware, Pierce, Brantley, Charlton, and Camden Counties. The trail will ultimately be 175 miles long beginning on Hwy 441 Bridge, continuing downstream along the Satilla River, and finishing in the City of Woodbine. The water trail is currently being developed by the Satilla Riverkeeper and Peirce County with intensive technical assistance being provided by Georgia River Network. The Satilla River is among the last free-flowing rivers in Georgia. The river supports a significant number of plants and animals, including endangered and threatened species, and is an industrial and agricultural water supply for the region. For more information, visit http://www.satillariverwatertrail.com

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