an advocacy organization working for watershed conservation of the Willacoochee, Withlacoochee, Alapaha, and Little River Systems watershed in south Georgia and north Florida through awareness, environmental monitoring, and citizen advocacy.
This billboard has already been spotted on Bemiss Road in Valdosta.
Please join us
at 7:30 AM Saturday 19 April 2014 on the Withlacoochee
River between Valdosta and Quitman, to put in at Old Quitman Road on
the Brooks County side (just south of US 84) and paddle past where the
proposed Sabal Trail methane pipeline would
cross the Withlacoochee River, Continue reading →
Update 9PM 16 April 2014: Cancelled due to flood-stage water levels in the Withlacoochee River, with more rain expected Friday. To be rescheduled.
7:30 AM Saturday 19 April 2014 on the Withlacoochee River
between Valdosta and Quitman,
put in at Old Quitman Road on the Brooks County side (just south of US 84):
Paddle past where the proposed Sabal Trail methane pipeline
would cross the Withlacoochee River, digging into our fragile
karst limestone, above our drinking-water Floridan Aquifer.
This is a joint event of Continue reading →
The ranger at Reed Bingham has elected to postpone the paddle event due to unsafe water levels on the Little River in the park and no significant drop in water levels today. I think this is the right thing to do. We want a safe, fun event.
The event will be moved to Saturday, March 29 at same times.
Anyone who pre-registered for the event who does not wish to come on the 29th will be given a refund.
Feel free to call me with any questions or concerns.
You should see these billboards around Valdosta starting today.
Thanks to Fairway for the artwork.
There’s still time to
register online or by sending a check,
for the Second Annual BIG Little River Paddle Event,
at Reed Bingham State Park, this Saturday, 22 March 2014,
to benefit Friends of Reed Bingham State Park and WWALS Watershed Coalition.