Update 2021-05-02: WWALS has printed 10,000 z-fold brochures for each of two water trails, through a generous grant from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (GA-DNR). Plus Georgia Beer Company is a new sponsor, adding to a long list of cities, counties, tourist councils, and development authorities that have assisted with money or letters or resolutions of support. The images here are updated to what we printed. Contact us to get printed copies of these brochures: they’re free to individuals or to groups that will distribute them to the public.
There’s still room for sponsor logos on these proofs of brochures
ready to print 10,000 copies of each to distribute in Georgia and Florida on I-75 and elsewhere.
This will be is the third edition of the Alapaha River Water Trail (ARWT) brochure,
and the first-ever Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail (WLRWT) brochure.
WWALS is currently updating all our online water trail maps and web pages.
You can help:
There are also many other ways you can participate in the activities and advocacy of WWALS:
The two previous ARWT brochure editions, 10,000 copies each, lasted about four years. This one has two new landings and many other improvements. Notice the ARWT includes Banks Lake and Grand Bay.
We propose to build a Troupville River Camp in the middle of the WLRWT, just west of Valdosta. There is also a proposal to include that in a Troupville River Park.
The WLRWT includes Reed Bingham State Park,
home of the annual WWALS and FORB BIG Little River Paddle Race,
and State Line Ramp on the Little River,
home of the annual WWALS Boomerang paddle race into Florida and back to Georgia,
as well as various lakes such as Grassy Pond,
where Paddle Georgia camped with 300 paddlers
last summer in June 2019.
Please contact WWALS if you want copies of these brochures,
or if you want to contribute to our water trails or other activities or advocacy:
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
You can join this fun and work by becoming a WWALS member today!