Come out for 106 miles, 7 days and ONE GREAT TIME.
Paddle Georgia 2017 includes:
🚣Daily paddling trips averaging 17 miles
🚣Nightly camping with meals, games, entertainment and educational programs
🚣Tours of historic sites, industrial facilities and more
🚣Chemical and biological water monitoring opportunities
🚣Companionship and camaraderie with hundreds of fellow paddlers
🚣Fundraiser for Georgia River Network, Coosa River Basin Initiative and Upper Etowah River Alliance.
Learn more about the paddling trip here:
May 20-21Spend a weekend exploring the up-and-coming Georgia Little River Water Trail! Join us for an exciting two-day paddle, dinner party, and campout within the Clarks Hill Wildlife Management Area near Thomson, GA!
The Event Will Include:
Lunches * Festive Dinner Party * Live Music * Games and Activities * Camping * Hot Breakfast * Plein Air Painting Demo * Fish Seining * Presentations on Native Wildlife, River Health, River Restoration Opportunities, Cultural & Native American Indian History, and more…
We will be Paddling:
On Flatwater near Historic Gold Mining Sites * In the Habitat of Bald Eagle, Heron, Kingfisher, River Otter, Beaver, Fox, and a Variety of Fish Species…
Learn More and Register NOW – Spots are Limited! http://garivers.org/2012-04-17-22-59-07/hidden-gems.html#Little
Beginner Paddlers are Welcome to Join! Rental Boats Available upon Request…
Its World Water Day! World Water Day is all about taking action to defeat the water crisis.
Water Keeper Alliance is a global movement uniting more than 300 Waterkeeper Organizations and Affiliates around the world, focusing citizen advocacy on issues that affect our waterways, from pollution to climate change.
Rising Appalachia Music has been working with Mississippi River, Gulf, and Klamath water protectors for years and have branched out to form alliance with Waterkeepers around the world working towards preserving drinkable, fishable, swimmable water everywhere.
Rivermouth is a love song, both human and elemental. The depths of the human heart and the force of a river are wild and unchartered at their core… best given room to swell and stretch with the tides and seasons. This song speaks to that liquid longing in all of us. The raging storms. The playful meandering of a cold river on a hot day. The girth and power of fresh water meeting ocean. The subtle beauty of letting a loved one ebb and flow without restraint. Of letting ourrivers do the same.
You can watch the video here:
Support Savannah Riverkeeper by coming to The Non Stop Boogie Drop – A 24 Hour Music Charity Event held April 7th- April 8th! It is the very first of its kind in Savannah, in support of Savannah Riverkeeper, working to protect our most important resource, the Savannah River!
Hosted at House of Strut, in conjuction with 25 Shades of Purple, a lineup of 13 local bands of all genres from funk to cosmic honky tonk, playing on stage in the brick courtyard. Rotating 12 regional DJs that will perform all danceable genres imaginable, from soul to techno, providing a continuous source of sound and excitement to help elevate the awareness and education of the Savannah River all while enjoying the artistic musical endeavours of the creative community coupled with the opportunites to mix and mingle with Savannah’s finest.
You can learn more here!
Have YOU heard? Georgia River Networks Annual Weekend for Rivers will be from April 27-29 at the Little Ocmulgee State Park & Lodge and will be held in conjunction with the Georgia Water Coalition‘s Spring Partner Meeting!
Learn about the planning, design, and construction of launch sites with Don Wells!The event will consist of many more workshops that you can learn from!
You can learn more and register here:
We have 15 rooms in the Lodge and 25 campsites blocked for Thursday 4/27/17 thru Sunday 4/30/17. Please use the Group Code 04748 when making your reservations at Little Ocmulgee State Park Reservations.
It’s WATER TRAIL WEDNESDAY! Time for Georgia River Network’s Water Trail Tidbit of the Week ~ Do YOU know how many established water trails are in Georgia? 16! This link has a list of established AND developing water trails in Georgia~ http://garivers.org/gwtc/georgia-water-trails.html#Established
It’s TIP TOP TUESDAY! Time for GRN’s Tip of Week~Safety on the water is VERY important! Do you know what the Top 5 Kayak Safety Rules are? Make sure you do if you plan on going out on the water! Here’s a website with ALL FIVE!