WWALS Watershed Coalition advocates for conservation and stewardship of the Withlacoochee, Willacoochee, Alapaha, Little, Santa Fe, and Suwannee River watersheds in south Georgia and north Florida through education, awareness, environmental monitoring, and citizen activities.
The festival will include live bird of prey shows, Easter Egg hunt,
bounce houses, pontoon boat tours, fishing, fire trucks, animal
adoption event, an imagination station for kids, food vendors, arts
and crafts, and music.
The 16th Annual Azalea Festival is quickly approaching! This year’s
festival is set to be the biggest and best yet! Approximately 25,000
attendees from all over the Southeast will converge in Valdosta and
Lowndes County on March 12 & 13 to enjoy two full days of vendors
and entertainment. Guests can expect to see approximately 160 arts &
crafts vendors, a food court, six stage areas (the most ever!) of
entertainment, a 5k race, a 1 mile fun walk/run, and a huge KidZone
full of fun and activities. Special thanks to Continue reading →
Until 5PM today, WWALS has a table at the Rhythm & Ribs BBQ Festival,
at Fulwood Park, in downtown Tifton, Georgia.
From points south, get off I-75 at exit 63B, and follow W 8th Street to Prince Ave.
If you’re coming up GA 125 from Nashville, turn right at W 8th Street.
If you’re coming west on US 82, turn right at Main Street (GA 125), etc.
WWALS Ambassador Dave Hetzel is there with board member Bret Wagenhorst,
talking about the BIG Little River Paddle Race May 21st at Reed Bingham State Park
all the outings before then,
along the Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail
and the Alapaha River Water Trail.
Plus how you can become involved!.