WWALS Watershed Coalition

WWALS Watershed Coalition, Inc. (WWALS) is Suwannee RIVERKEEPER® WWALS advocates for conservation and stewardship of the Withlacoochee, Willacoochee, Alapaha, Little, and Upper and Lower Suwannee River watersheds in south Georgia and north Florida through education, awareness, environmental monitoring, and citizen activities.

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Pictures: Troupville River Camp site --Gretchen Quarterman 2020-08-27 [Up]

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Troupville Boat Ramp

[Photo: Gretchen Quarterman, of Chad McLeod (Lowndes County), George Page (VLPRA), Mac McCall (Architect), Jason Scarpate (ASA Engineering), John S. Quarterman (Suwannee Riverkeeper), Tom H. Johnson Jr. (WWALS President), Tom Baird (Archaeologist) at Troupville Boat Ramp]
Photo: Gretchen Quarterman, of Chad McLeod (Lowndes County), George Page (VLPRA), Mac McCall (Architect), Jason Scarpate (ASA Engineering), John S. Quarterman (Suwannee Riverkeeper), Tom H. Johnson Jr. (WWALS President), Tom Baird (Archaeologist) at Troupville Boat Ramp

[Photo: Gretchen Quarterman, of Chad McLeod (Lowndes County), George Page (VLPRA), Mac McCall (Architect), Jason Scarpate (ASA Engineering), John S. Quarterman (Suwannee Riverkeeper), Tom H. Johnson Jr. (WWALS President), Tom Baird (Archaeologist) at Troupville Boat Ramp]
Photo: Gretchen Quarterman, of Chad McLeod (Lowndes County), George Page (VLPRA), Mac McCall (Architect), Jason Scarpate (ASA Engineering), John S. Quarterman (Suwannee Riverkeeper), Tom H. Johnson Jr. (WWALS President), Tom Baird (Archaeologist) at Troupville Boat Ramp

[Getting organized]
Getting organized

Woods

[Into the woods]
Into the woods

[About hiking trails]
About hiking trails

Little River

[Across]
Across

[Downstream]
Downstream

[Upstream]
Upstream

Little River Confluence

[Withlacoochee River comes in from left, continues ahead]
Withlacoochee River comes in from left, continues ahead

Invasive

[Not sure what]
Not sure what

[Definitely invasive]
Definitely invasive

Paddle boat takeout

[Stairs or ramp?]
Stairs or ramp?

[Withlacoochee River slightly upstream]
Withlacoochee River slightly upstream

[Deadfall]
Deadfall

[High enough to be boatable]
High enough to be boatable

Inland

[Wetland slough]
Wetland slough

[Slough again]
Slough again

[Lightning?]
Lightning?

Broad Street

[Chad McLeod (Lowndes County), Mark Gaither (Disc Golf), John S. Quarterman (Suwannee Riverkeeper), Tom Baird (Archaeologist), Jason Scarpate (ASA Engineering, Mac McCall (Architect), Tom H. Johnson Jr. (WWALS President), George Page (VLPRA)]
Chad McLeod (Lowndes County), Mark Gaither (Disc Golf), John S. Quarterman (Suwannee Riverkeeper), Tom Baird (Archaeologist), Jason Scarpate (ASA Engineering, Mac McCall (Architect), Tom H. Johnson Jr. (WWALS President), George Page (VLPRA)

[North up Broad Street]
North up Broad Street

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[Troupville Boat Ramp, Little River Confluence, Broad Street, Withlacoochee River]
Troupville Boat Ramp, Little River Confluence, Broad Street, Withlacoochee River