Wes James brought up a good point last night on the radio.
Songwriters, you do not have to sing or play your song,
although you do have to be on stage doing something related to the song.
So yes, you can get your favorite musicians to sing and play for you,
but you do have to be present to win.
How can you participate with Suwannee Riverkeeper in what WWALS does,
and how can you become a member, asked Wes James on the radio last night.
So I talked about cleanups, trash traps, the real trash problem,
and how you can paddle on the multiple WWALS monthly outings and cleanups,
as well as how to become a WWALS member.
There’s more below on WWALS outings and advocacy, and how you can help.
Videos: Outings, cleanups, advocacy, join WWALS, Wes James, WAAC 92.9 FM 2021-04-20
Videos by John S. Quarterman for WWALS Watershed Coalition (WWALS).
We do outings every month, usually more than one, including
a full moon paddle at Banks Lake just west of Lakeland, Georgia,
to watch the sun set and the moon rise, often with bats.
That’s a good introductory paddle on a flat lake with free boat rental.
Next one is
7:15 PM, Monday, April 26, 2021
We are watching the weather, as discussed in the first video.
While today the prediction is for thunderstorms Saturday,
it’s also for those not starting until afternoon,
when everybody will be off the river anyway, in which case no problem.
Also, we’ve frequently seen such predictions move a day or so later, so we shall see. So far, so good.