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Water Trails Newsletter
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This is the monthly newsletter of Georgia River Network with information about our programs, news and events.
Each Spring, Georgia River Network holds a conference for all of you interested in river and water policy, recreation (fishing, swimming, kayaking and canoeing), water quality monitoring, and lots more. To receive email updates about the conference, fill out the online form below.
News Stream is a monthly newsletter for practitioners that comes right to your Inbox and keeps you up to date on river news, nonprofit resources, grant opportunities, job listings and more!
Are you ready to spend a crazy, lazy week on the river in June? We get so many inquiries every week about Paddle Georgia that we've set up a special e-mail list to update everyone interested in this year's trip at the same time!
Did you know we have established water trails in Georgia? This monthly e-newsletter includes water trail updates and useful resources as well as upcoming workshops, paddling trips, and other exciting news regarding water trails in the U.S. ~ Sign up today!
In this blog, Georgia River Network provides an informed look at water-related tops in the news. Subscribe here!
Even if we want to do something to protect our local rivers and wildlands, we don't always know what we can do. Protect Georgia is great because after you sign up, every so often you get an e-mail with an action item attached, letting you know what the problem is and what YOU can do to help. This is a great service that will send you only a handful of e-mails a year. To sign up, go to www.protectgeorgia.org.