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What do the the Robust Redhorse, Oconee Burrowing Crayfish, and Cherokee Rose have in common?

August 19, 2016

What do the the Robust Redhorse, Oconee Burrowing Crayfish, and Cherokee Rose have in common?

They all reside on the beautiful Oconee River where we are holding our upcoming Lower Oconee Hidden Gem Paddle & Campout in September! Georgia River Network will be heading out with our paddlers to explore the Oconee River in Milledgeville, Georgia!

The first day we will be paddling for 6.1 miles, but don’t worry, we’ll be sure to reenergize you with lunch and a yummy Low Country Boil dinner provided by Altamaha Riverkeeper!

The second day a hot breakfast will be provided and then we will paddle for 6.2 more miles! The whole journey is flatwater so paddlers of all levels are welcome to join!

Come hang out with Georgia River Network, Altamaha Riverkeeper, and Lower Oconee Water Trail Partnership for an exciting weekend of adventure!

Need more infomation and want to register? Follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lower-oconee-hidden-gem-paddle-campout-sept-17-18-tickets-25059977066

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