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Healthy Rivers for All Georgians is Our Goal

Georgia River Network is working to ensure a clean water legacy by engaging and empowering Georgians to protect, restore and enjoy our rivers from the mountains to the coast.  Georgia River Network works for clean water in partnership with the Georgia Water Coalition . You may also know us as the organizers of Paddle Georgia, a week long river trip on a different Georgia river each June. We also maintain the Georgia Water Trails Website. Scroll down to see what's new!


Come Paddle With Us!

Paddle Georgia Fall Float on the Flint was a huge success! 
Click here to read the blog. 
Click here for trip details. 
Click here to see news coverage.
A trip report from the Swann Family, Fall Float participants.

Hidden Gems Paddling Series - Click here for details. 
Special thanks to the Hike Inn for providing delicious lunches for our Hidden Gems series!  Check them out at http://hike-inn.com/

GRN Holiday Sale on Merchandise



Click here to view the deals.


GRN Monthly Photo Showcase

Each month we will have a different topic and invite you to send us a photo that you think best represents the topic of the month.
Check out the 2014 monthly topics and submit your photo entry to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Take a peek at the 2013 Photo Showcases as well as the 2014 Photo Showcases.

Now Available! the “Chattahoochee River User’s Guide”

The Chattahoochee River User’s Guide—the latest in a series of river guides from Georgia River Network and the University of Georgia Press, traces the 430-mile course of the Hooch from its headwaters at a spring on Coon Den Ridge near Jacks Knob in northeastern Georgia to its confluence with the Flint River, where they form the Apalachicola River. The Georgia River network guides provide many little-known facts about Georgia’s rivers, bring to life these rivers’ cultural and natural history, and present river issues in an immersive and engaging manner that will inspire users to help protect their local waterways. Click here to purchase and learn more.

The first in a series of Georgia River Network Guidebooks, the “Etowah River User’s Guide,” authored by Joe Cook and published in cooperation with Coosa River Basin Initiative, is an appealing and handy look at the biologically diverse and beautiful Etowah River in North Georgia. Printed on waterproof paper by the University of Georgia Press, the book offers a fascinating history of the area and information valuable for novice or experienced paddlers as well as fishermen.  Click here to purchase and learn more.

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Current River Issues
At Georgia River Network, we envision a clean water future for Georgia. Find out about the issues we're working on now to make this dream a reality. Learn about it here.
Water Trails
Our Water Trails Clearinghouse is designed to help you find great places to paddle in Georgia and also to give you the tools to create paddling opportunities in your community. Learn more here.
Paddle Georgia
Paddle Georgia is a 7 day trip on a different river each June. Be sure to sign up for the Paddle Georgia newsletter to stay in touch with the going on! Visit the official Paddle Georgia website or our YouTube channel to learn more.