Paddle, become a member, join a committee, or apply for the board!
WWALS Watershed Coalition, Inc. (WWALS) is the WATERKEEPER® Alliance Member with the name Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®. When you become a member, you get a bumper sticker that looks exactly like the Suwannee Riverkeeper logo:
You can help WWALS advocate for conservation and stewardship of the entire watersheds of the Withlacoochee, Alapaha, Upper, and Lower Suwannee Rivers and all their tributaries in 29 counties in south Georgia and north Florida.
WWALS advocacy includes re-establishing an Alapaha River Water Trail and a new Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail, opposing the Sabal Trail pipeline and fracking, supporting solar power, and bird-dogging the Valdosta wastewater situation and the Army Corps of Engineers flooding study of the entire Suwannee River Basin. See also the WWALS Mission.
WWALS does recreation and education, including boat races and leisurely paddles; a high school logo contest, book readings and silent auctions; water quality testing, invasive species spotting, and river park advocacy.
Your membership will help WWALS encourage citizens to become more active in watershed conservation, benefiting our local economy, ecology, and community, including boating, fishing, and hunting. If you like, you can also donate more in time or in money to help us all with boatable, fishable, swimmable rivers and clean drinking water.
See our newsletters, our press releases and news media coverage, and the WWALS blog, facebook page, and YouTube channel. Here’s a video about the Alapaha River Water Trail, a presentation on the first year of WWALS, and a report on accomplishments from the goals of 2014.
Become a Member Today!
In order to reach these goals your generous contribution will be used for the purchase of equipment, volunteer supplies, and legal fees, as well as assisting in presentations, reports and conferences to the community and training workshops for volunteers.
We are raising funds to hire an executive director, and we have legal fees right now related to some of these goals.
WWALS offers a variety of levels suitable for all potential members.
*Student scholarships and other memberships may be provided at the discretion of the WWALS Watershed Coalition Board.
Make a Recurring Donation
Or make a one time donation of an amount of your choosing
Your support of WWALS and its events is greatly appreciated!
Or print, fill out, and mail our Membership Application.
WWALS Watershed Coalition is a Georgia nonprofit corporation (control #12048304) and an IRS 501(c)(3) public charity, so contributions are tax-deductible. Our Tax ID Number is 46-2656118.
To support a paid executive director we need to raise about $60,000 a year, about a third each from memberships, sponsors, and grants. You can become a member, or you or your organization can donate any dollar amount.
Thanks in advance!