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It’s TIP TOP TUESDAY!

It’s TIP TOP TUESDAY! Time for Georgia River Network’s Tip of Week~ Do YOU know how to read the water when paddling? Even the calmest river can have its own unique hazards. Hazards can be natural OR manmade. Check out this article so you know how to spot a hazard! https://paddling.com/learn/river-hazards/typical-river-hazards

 

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Paddle Georgia Canoe-a-thon

Why should you support the Paddle Georgia Canoe-a-thon this year? Because Georgia River Network is hard at work protecting the rivers you love to paddle, and every dollar you raise will help secure victories for Georgia rivers like…

During the recently completed Georgia General Assembly session, GRN was active in securing protections for property owners and our water through the passage of a bill addressing the threat of petroleum pipelines.

Learn more and set up your online fundraising page at:

http://garivers.org/paddle_georgia/pgcanoeathon.html

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Are you Canoe-a-thoning yet?

Are you Canoe-a-thoning yet? If not, get busy.
By participating in the Canoe-A-Thon, you can help Georgia River Networkaccomplish two important goals of Paddle Georgia–introducing more people to our beautiful rivers and raising more money to protect these precious resources.

We know you can do it, because you’ve done it before. So fire up that social media network, scroll through your contacts on your phone and start soliciting donations to your Canoe-a-thon campaign!

We are depending on you!

Set up your online fundraising page at:

https://www.firstgiving.com/…/paddle-georgia-canoeathon-2017

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Six Word Story Time!

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: “riverbank”

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It’s WATER TRAIL WEDNESDAY!

It’s WATER TRAIL WEDNESDAY! Time for Georgia River Network’s Water Trail Tidbit of the Week ~ The Satilla Riverkeeper and Pierce county are currently developing the Satilla River Water Trail. The trail will be 175 miles long and the river supports a significant number of plants and animals, including endangered and threatened species. Read more about it here http://srwt.pcgeorgia.com/

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It’s TIP TOP TUESDAY!

It’s TIP TOP TUESDAY! Time for Georgia River Network’s Tip of Week~ Safety is VERY important on the water. One thing ALL paddlers should know is how to recover a capsized kayak to an upright position. Make sure you know how and check out this link! https://www.myactivesg.com/sports/canoeing/training-method/canoeing-for-beginners/how-to-recover-a-capsized-kayak-to-the-upright-position

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Six Word Story Time!

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: “canoeing”

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