Planning for the
Alapaha River Water Trail, we need to put
river etiquette guilelines in brochures, on kiosks, on the web, etc.
What should we include?
Here are some possibilities.
Update 2016-02-21: Here’s what we put in the ARWT Brochure, Safety and Etiquette.
latest of the old brochures from the 1970s
contained these six items:
Carry all litter out with you.
Do not cut or damage living trees.
Be extremely careful with campfires.
Firearms are not necessary.
Bring your camera.
Help protect the landowners property.
Georgia River Network’s Water Trails website has this
ten-point version: Continue reading
Including both Florida and Georgia,
a second river got map and guide attention back in the 1970s.
To be updated in the Withlacoochee River Water Trail.
This Withlacoochee River guide is courtesy of
John Leonard, Executive Director of the Southern Georgia Regional Commission (SGRC).
I would speculate that it is the most recent of the three guides
posted thus far, because the Continue reading