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Café Campesino
Cafe Campesino is the official coffee vendor of Paddle Georgia. Details about coffee will be available in the near future. Try out a special blend developed just for Georgia River Network. Café Campesino is a proud supporter of the Georgia River Network. When you purchase this special blend from Café Campesino, they will donate 10% of your coffee sale to GRN. If you want to help ensure a clean water legacy for our beautiful state and like great coffee, this robust blend of Guatemala, Sumatra, and Nicaragua Dark is for you. Product ID: 181 – GA River Network Special Blend, Full City Roast – Fair Trade, organic. Click here to visit Cafe Campesino via our special link.

Let's Go Green
Visit LetsGoGreen.Biz to shop for green products for your home. Georgia River Network receives 25% of each dollar you spend. Just select Georgia River Network as the beneficiary when you check out.

Book Store
Buy these book from the links provided below and help support Georgia River Network!

Etowah River User's Guide (Georgia River Network's Guidebook) 
by Joe Cook
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. Designed to educate river users, enhance their on-river experiences, and allow them to safely explore the river. Each guide includes an introduction and overview of the river, chapters describing each river section with detailed maps and notes on river access and points of interest; a compact natural history guide featuring species of interest found along Georgia’s rivers, notes on safety and boating etiquette, a fishing primer, and notes on organizations working to protect the river.  You can buy the guidebook by calling us at 706-549-4508.  Price: $21 including tax, $24 including tax and shipping. The Chattahoochee River and Broad River User’s Guides will be released next.

Kase for the Environment
 (children's book!)
by Wayne Morgan & Dink NeSmith
Type in the comment box that you were referred by Georgia River Network and we will get 10% of the sale!

Satilla Solitude, 2nd Edition

by Wayne Morgan 

Type in the comment box that you were referred by Georgia River Network and we will get 10% of the sale!

Okefenokee Swamp - Wild & Natural
by Wayne Morgan & Don Berryhill
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Drifting Into Darien - hardcover
by Janisse Ray

Drifting Into Darien - paperback
by Janisse Ray

Drifting Into Darien - kindle
by Janisse Ray

Sunday's With Papa T 
by Tommy Bacheor 

A Paddler's Guide to Northern Georgia (Paperback)
by Bob Sehlinger & Don Otey

A Paddler's Guide to Southern Georgia (Paperback)
by Bob Sehlinger & Don Otey

A Canoeing and Kayaking Guide to Georgia 

by Suzanne Welander, Bob Sehlinger, Don Otey

The Nonprofit Mergers Workbook: The Leader's Guide to Considering, Negotiating, and Executing a Merger
by David La Piana, Vincent Hyman (Editor)

Cumberland Island: Strong Women, Wild Horses

by Charles Seabrook

Raise More Money : The Best of the Grassroots Fundraising Journal 

by Kim Klein (Editor), Stephanie Roth (Editor)

Fundraising for Social Change

by Kim Klein

Measures of Success: Designing, Managing, and Monitoring Conservation and Development Projects
by Richard Margoluis, Nick Salafsky, Anna Balla

Non-Profit Boards That Work: The End of One-Size-Fits-All Governance
by Maureen K Robinson

Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper's Guide to the Chattahoochee
by Fred Brown and Sherri M.L. Smith


by Joe and Monica Cook
This stunning photographic record of a source-to-sea river adventure makes a compelling argument for the preservation of one of the country's most beautiful, but threatened, waterways, the Chattahoochee River.

Ecology of a Cracker Childhood
by Janisse Ray
The scrubby forests of southern Georgia, dotting a landscape of low hills and swampy bottoms, are not what many people would consider to be exalted country, the sort of place to inspire lyrical considerations of nature and culture. ...Ray grew up in a junkyard outside what had been longleaf pine forest, an ecosystem that has nearly disappeared in the American South through excessive logging. Her family had little money, but that was not important; they more than made up for material want through unabashed love and a passion for learning, values that underlie every turn of Ray's narrative. She finds beauty in weeds and puddles, celebrates the ways of tortoises and woodpeckers, and argues powerfully for the virtues of establishing a connection with one's native ground.

The Flint River A Recreational Guidebook To The Flint River And Environs

by Fred Brown and Sherri M.L. Smith

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