Come back to Drexel Park to help WWALS celebrate spring
with 30,000 of our south Georgia and north Florida friends,
Azalea Festival in Valdosta, Lowndes County, Georgia.
We will have information about our outings and advocacy (yes, including Valdosta wastewater),
the new Water Trail brochures,
and pictures for sale Gretchen took of our rivers,
plus a kayak raffle.
Things will be a little different this year:
“The Azalea Festival is a 100% all outdoor event.
Patrons are encouraged to socially distance and wear masks.”
10AM-6PM Saturday 13 March 2021
10AM-3:30PM Sunday 14 March 2021
If you are a WWALS member and you have had both vaccinations against COVID-19,
we could use some help at the WWALS booth.
Drexel Park, 1401 North Patterson Street, Valdosta, GA, 31601
That’s east across Patterson from VSU and north of Brookwood Drive.
It is on One Mile Branch, which flows into Sugar Creek, then the Withlacoochee River,
the Suwannee River, to the Gulf of Mexico.
Drexel Park is upstream of Wainwright Drive, where
WWALS did a cleanup in November 2017,
Valdosta spilled 218,075 gallons of raw sewage in 2019,
as well as other years.
You can help with cleanups or water quality testing.
Booth, children, kayak
Photos: John S. Quarterman, of
WWALS at Azalea Festival 2019.
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