Second WWALS outing this month, this time on land; facebook event.
If you enjoy paddling the Alapaha River, I hope you will consider coming out this Saturday to give back and help clean up along the river’s banks as part of a GA Rivers Alive cleanup. Starts at 0900 at the boat ramp at the Hwy 82 bridge just east of the town of Alapaha. I anticipate the cleanup will last about an hour. Bring work gloves and good cheer.
It is much easier to pick up trash along the banks near the boat ramp when the water level is low. It is very low right now. This is not a paddling event; just cleaning up at the landing.
But if someone wishes to paddle, they are welcome to bring their boat. The water levels are really low right now.
I am sure there is trash in the river too, but we can’t do everything. My goal for the event is to make a noticeable difference at a site that may serve as the start for a new water trail being developed on the river.
Past participants in Rivers Alive clean up along the Alapaha River. See how happy they look!
And don’t forget the KLVB Cleanup 4 October 2014.
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