Thanks to a generous Educational Recreational Trails Program grant
from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources,
on the WWALS website are images of new metal signs to go near the water along the WWALS water trails:
They have all gone to the metal sign printer.
You can still help defray the cash match,
and yes, we will sell you a pair of signs if you like.
If you click on any small image, you will see a larger image.
Click again and get a still larger image.
Or click on the word PDF to get a PDF version.
These signs go in pairs on each signpost:
- The top sign is about the entire water trail.
The bottom sign is about the specific access point.
Here are three examples, for
Statenville Boat Ramp on the Alapaha River, in the
Alapaha River Water Trail, and for the two rivers in the
Withlacoochee and Little River Water Trail,
for Red Roberts Landing on the Little River,
and for Langdale Park Boat Ramp on the Withlacoochee River.
ARWT and WLRWT signposts
As part of the grant, we ordered extra copies of eight of these signs as spares
and for educational display and demonstration purposes.
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