Elizabeth Reynolds sums it up in her video with her pictures of the trash at the Alapahoochee bridge: “Way to go, humans!“
Who’s interested in a cleanup?
This is about halfway between Lake Park in Lowndes County and Statenville in Echols County, at the GA 376 bridge on the Alapahoochee River.
It’s also about ten miles upstream from Florida, and about a dozen miles from the Alapahoochee Confluence with the Alapaha River.
Here’s the video:
Trash at GA
135 376, Alapahoochee River, Echols County, GA 2019-11-08
Video by Elizabeth Reynolds, November 8, 2019
She’s talking about Enoch Creek, which flows from Lowndes County, about a mile to the west, into the Alapahoochee River in Echols County. just downstream of the GA 376 bridge.
The Alapahoochee River is part of the WWALS Alapaha River Water Trail (ARWT). And this is not what we like to see on the ARWT.
Click on any small picture to see a larger picture.
Our next scheduled cleanup is this Saturday, November 16, 2019, Nankin to Four Freedoms Trail, Withlacoochee River, Cleanup and Paddle 2019-11-16.
Maybe we should schedule a cleanup on the Alapahoochee River, to get the trash Elizabeth Reynolds reports.
-jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®
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