July 22, 2021. Bowling Green Daily News. “Bowling Green Man Keeps Paddling During Pandemic”

July 8, 2021. Marietta Daily Journal. “Local Completes 7-Day, 112-Mile River Journey”

July 7, 2021. Northwest Georgia News. “Rome Local Completes 7-Day, 112-Mile River Journey”

June 20, 2021. The Albany Herald via Yahoo! News. “Paddle Georgia Takes to Flint for Post-COVID River Adventure”

June 20, 2021. Johnson City Press. “Paddle Georgia Takes to Flint for Post-COVID River Adventure”

June 19, 2021. The Rome Tribune. “As Paddlers Head for a 100-Mile River Trek They’ll Also be 360-Degree Digital Mapping the Route”

June 18, 2021. The Toccoa Record. “Paddlers Come from All Over for Tugaloo River History Paddle”

June 15, 2021. Clayton News Daily. “Georgia River Network Establishes Tugaloo River Water Trail”

June 9, 2021. Saporta Report. “Georgia Pays Close Attention to Trail Ridge in Review of Okefenokee Mine Application”

June 8, 2021. The Tifton Gazette. “Fate of Planned Mine Near Okefenokee Left to Georgia Agency”

June 8, 2021. Reporter Newspapers. “Rolling on the River: Grab Your Paddles and Bikes for These Upcoming River Adventures”

May 28, 2021. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “Environmental Groups Ramping Up Opposition to Okefenokee Mining Project”

May 7, 2021. The Chatsworth Times. “Georgia River Network to Host Fundraiser for Okefenokee”

April 29, 2021. The Augusta Chronicle. “Ocmulgee River Latest Subject of Georgia River Network Books”

April 29, 2021. Atlanta Intown. “Above the Waterline: Georgia Officials to Determine Fate of Okefenokee”

April 26, 2021. Clayton News-Daily. “Ocmulgee River User’s Guide is Sixth Book in Georgia River Network Series”

April 26, 2021. Jackson Progress-Argus. “Ocmulgee River User’s Guide is Sixth Book in Georgia River Network Series”

April 24, 2021. The Henry Herald. “Ocmulgee River User’s Guide is Sixth Book in Georgia River Network Series”

April 21, 2021. TN Town News. “Georgia River Network Releases Ocmulgee River User’s Guide”

April 21, 2021. The Albany Herald. “Georgia River Network Releases Ocmulgee River User’s Guide”

April 21, 2021. Rome News-Tribune. “Georgia River Network’s New Guidebook Focuses on Ocmulgee River”

April 18, 2021. The Saporta Report. “Earth Day 2021: Hope Springs Eternal, Even with Threat to Okefenokee Swamp”

March 29, 2021. The Saporta Report. “Extracting Natural Resources from Natural Wonders: Okefenokee Swamp, Pamlico River”

March 2, 2021. The Henry Herald. “Georgia River Network Plans Pedal-Paddle Events”

March 2, 2021. The Albany Herald. “Georgia River Network Plans Pedal-Paddle Events”

March 1, 2021. The Georgia Sun. “Will the Biden Administration Halt Mining Near Okefenokee”

March 1, 2021. The Current. Okefenokee lovers still hope state, Biden administration will halt mine”

March 1, 2021. The Georgia Recorder. Okefenokee lovers still hope state, Biden administration will halt mine”

February 25, 2021. Coastal Courier. Paddling, cycling events are opening

February 24, 2021. Catoosa County News / Rome News Tribune. Statewide river advocacy group opens registration for pedal-paddle events for cyclists and paddlers during the pandemic

February 11, 2021. The Augusta Chronicle. “Bill Baab: Just one of those days happens to all of us”

February 9, 2021. The Henry Herald. River Network to host Mardi Gras masquerade to save Okefenokee

February 8, 2021. WTOC. IKEA owner purchases nearly 11,000 acres of land in Georgia for conservation”

February 8, 2021. The Saporta Report. EPA’s mandated review of Georgia rivers usage resumes after two-year lag”

February 8, 2021. The Albany Herald. River Network to host Mardi Gras masquerade to save Okefenokee

February, 2021. Vice News. “Trump’s Environmental Rollbacks Could Be the End of This Swamp”.

February 1, 2021. Northside Neighbor and The Marietta Daily Journal. “Sandy Springs Mardi Gras party to help protect Okefenokee Swamp

January 13, 2021. The Calhoun Times.  Chickamauga Creek, Oostanaula River adventures among river advocacy group’s 2021 paddle trips

January 9, 2021. The Rockdale Citizen.Georgia River Network invites residents to enjoy adventure on the water this year”

January 8, 2021. Athens Banner Herald. Georgia River Network hosting trip along the St. Marys River”

January 6, 2021. The Jackson Progress Argus.  Georgia River Network invites residents to enjoy adventure on the water this year



December 30, 2020. The Albany Herald.  Georgia River Network plans outdoor adventures

December 22. 2020. GPB. Georgia Environmental Issues Wait In Limbo During Senate Runoff, Presidential Transition”

November 21, 2020. Northwest GA News. “Save the Okefenokee Swamp”.

November 19, 2020. Northside News.  “LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Georgia’s Okefenokee Swamp must be protected”

November 18, 2020. GPB. “Georgia’s U.S. Senate Runoff Could Determine Fate Of Mine Near Okefenokee”

November 18, 2020. Savannah Morning News.  “Ogeechee River, Okefenokee on Georgia Water Coalition Dirty Dozen List.”

November 18, 2020. Savannah Morning News. “Okefenokee Miners Have More to Prove”

November 11, 2020. Savannah Morning News. “Mining President Pledges Project W0n’t Impact Okefenokee”.

November 4, 2020. The Neighbor. “Georgia Voters Approve Constitutional Amendment for more transparency in government spending”

November 4, 2020. Athens Banner Herald. River watchdog: Federal clean water law changes threaten Okefenokee”

November 4, 2020. The Savannah Morning News. River watchdog: Federal clean water law changes threaten Okefenokee”

November 4, 2020. The Center Square. “Georgia voters approve constitutional amendment for more transparency in government spending”

November 4, 2020. The Augusta Chronicle. “River watchdog: Federal clean water law changes threaten Okefenokee”

October 26, 2020. The Saporta Report.  “Volunteer environmental groups: Formidable force for Chattahoochee, South rivers”

October 24, 2020. WTOC. “Rule change could allow mining near Okefenokee Swamp”.

October 23, 2020. Our Daily Planet. “Trump Administration OKs Draining the Swamp — The Okefenokee Swamp”.

October 20, 2020. WABE. “Proposed Mine Near Georgia’s Okefenokee Swamp Gets A Major Hurdle Removed” by Molly Samuel.

October 7, 2020. The Saporta Report. “Georgia Water Coalition commends ‘Clean 13’ for creating more sustainable Georgia”

September 18, 2020. The Neighbor. “Fulton County Named Water Hero”.

September 15, 2020. The Savannah Business Journal.  “Leading Water Protection Coalition Presents Award to Terrapin Beer Company”.

September 5, 2020. The Saporta Report. “Fulton County formally honored for ban on single-use plastics in county buildings”

September 2, 2020. The Moultrie Observer. “Flint River group receives Clean 13 award”.

September, 2, 2020. The Albany Herald. “Flint River Soil & Water Conservation District receives Clean 13 award”.

September 2, 2020.  WFXL-TV.  “Flint River Soil and Water Conservation District win special award” by Typhani Gray.

September 2, 2020. Southeast Farm Press.  “SW Georgia conservation district receives Clean 13 Water Heroes Award

September 2, 2020. WALB News.  “Southwest Ga. group receives award for cleaner water efforts”.

August 24, 2020. Savannah Now. NATURAL GEORGIA: Georgia river user’s guide to bring life to history, habitats, waterways”

August 20, 2020. Toccoa Record. “Tugaloo water trail named hidden gem”

July 27, 2020. Rome News Tribune. “Bike Paddle Event takes participants along scenic roads and waterways

View the zoom video of the Okefenokee Protection Alliance media roundtable held on July 13, 2020.

July 18, 2020. The Rome News Tribune. CRBI joins national alliance to protect Okefenokee Swamp.

July 18, 2020. KPVI 6. “Groups organize to save Okefenokee Swamp”.

July 15, 2020. The Brunswick News, Alliance formed to block mining plans by Gordon Jackson.

July 15, 2020. The Atlanta Journal Constitution.  Conservation groups form coalition to prevent mining at Okefenokee  By Nedra Rhone.

July 15, 2020. Groups unite to stop Alabama company from mining near Georgia wildlife refuge by Gordon Jackson.

July 14, 2020. Capitol Beat. Coalition of environmental groups fighting proposed titanium mine by Dave Williams.

July 4, 2020. Rome News Tribune, “Georgia River Network adds bicycling to this year’s river paddle adventures“.

July 4, 2020. AJC, “Kayaking in GA: 5 Spots to Launch”.

June 20, 2020. KPVI6, “Paddlesports booming in spite of pandemic”.

June 20, 2020. The McDuffie Progress, “Paddlesports booming in spite of pandemic”.

June 11, 2020. The Augusta Chronicle, “Paddle Georgia Revised; Paddlers Now On Own” by Bill Baab.

June 3, 2020.  The Brunswick News, “Public comment period for mining project generates large response” by Gordon Jackson. 

May 28, 2020. Valdosta Daily Times, “Okefenokee, St. Marys among America’s most endangered rivers“.

May 28, 2020. The Saporta Report, “Okefenokee Swamp: More Than 60,000 Public Comments in Period Ending Thursday”, by David Pendered.

May 20, 2020. Athens Banner Herald. Paddle Georgia Creates a Pandemic Version of Its Annual Week Long Trip.

May 20, 2020. Savannah Morning News. Paddle Georgia Creates a Pandemic Version of Its Annual Week Long Trip.

May 16, 2020. Calhoun Times, “Georgia River Network Paddle Georgia 2020 cancelled; Pandemic Edition planned”.

May 15, 2020. The Albany Herald, Paddle Georgia cancels canoe trip, plans canoe-a-thon”.

April 21, 2020. Albany Herald, “Okefenokee Swamp, St. Marys River on Most Endangered list” .   

April 15, 2020. Brunswick News, “St. Marys River named among nation’s most endangered” by Gordon Jackson. 

April 14, 2020. Savannah Business Journal, “Okefenokee Swamp and St. Marys River named Among America’s Most Endangered Rivers of 2020”

April 14, 2020. Georgia Recorder, “Feds Open Mining Plan to Another Round of Public Comment” by Stanley Dunlap

March 28, 2020 – Savannah Morning News, “Would-be Okefenokee miners try new tactic” by Rena Ann Peck.

March 27, 2020 – The Saporta Report, “Army Corps advised smaller footprint for proposed mine near Okefenokee Swamp” by David Pendered.

March 14, 2020, KPVI6, “Spring on the Satilla kicks off year’s river adventures”

March 9, 2020,  Northside Neighbor, “State nonprofit hopes all enjoy Brews, Boats and Bands for Better Rivers in Sandy Springs” by Everett Catts.

February 20, 2020, The Union Recorder, “Oconee Outfitters Has What You Need for Outdoor Adventure”.

February 4, 2020 – The Albany Herald – “River Network Returns to Flint River for Paddle Georgia 2020”.

January 27, 2020 – Saporta Report – “2020: The Year Georgia Can Become a Leader in Outdoor Recreation” by Megan Anderson.



December, 2019 – Georgia Adopt-A-Stream Newsletter, “Five Years of Fall Float on the Flint: A Comparison of Nitrate Data” and “Georgia River Network”.

December 31, 2019 – Charlton County Herald, “Letter to the Editor: US EPA still says mine would have substantial and unacceptable impact”

December 29, 2019 – The Catoosa County News, “Lets Make 20202 the Year of Trails in Floyd County ”

December 22, 2019 -The Albany Herald, “Paddle Georgia Spring on the Satilla Dates Announced”

December 10, 2019 – The Albany Herald, “Groups Speak Out Against Proposed Titatnium Mine”.

October 1, 2019, GEMC Georgia Magazine October 2019 Edition, “Rivers run through it” pg. 20-21.,

September 27, 2019, WALB News 10, “Fall Float on the Flint event gearing up for October”

September 25, 2019, Albany Herald, “Georgia River Network returns to Flint River for Paddle Georgia 2020”

September 21, 2019, WSAV3, “Tybee hosts beach litter event on International Coastal Cleanup Day”

September 20, 2019, WTOC11, “EPA weighs in on mining proposal for Okefenokee Swamp”

September 19, 2019, Savannah Morning News, “Agencies: Application for mining near Okefenokee incomplete”

September 17, 2019, The Augusta Chronicle, “Deadline getting closer for Fall Float on the Flint”

September 17, 2019, Bluffton Today, “Deadline getting closer for Fall Float on the Flint”

September 17, 2019, Albany Herald, “Registration for Paddle Georgia Fall Float on the Flint ends Sept. 27”

September 17, 2019, WALB News 10, “It’s time to paddle the Flint”

September 17, 2019, The Brunswick News, “International Coastal Cleanup comes to Isles on Saturday”

September 9, 2019, Savannah Morning News, “For Okefenokee supporters, proposed mine too close to refuge”

September 2, 2019, National Public Radio, “In Georgia, An Old Mining Fight Resurfaces”

August 29, 2019, Savannah Morning News, “Letters to the editor Friday: Mining next to Okefenokee remains a bad idea”

August 28, 2019, The Brunswick News, “Getting the aerial perspective on a titanium mining project”

August 22, 2019, Gwinnett Citizen, “Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Issues Call for Volunteers for Two Water Cleanup Events”

August 14, 2019, Georgia Recorder, “Folkston Okefenokee mine hearing draws protests, skeptics”

August 14, 2019, The Brunswick News, “Twin Pines explains plans to mine near Okefenokee”

August 12, 2019, The Newnan-Times Herald, “Way Down Yonder”

July 22, 2019, The Dahlonega Nugget, “Outdoor Adventure”

July 16, 2019, Albany Herald, “Paddle Georgia Fall Float on the Flint to feature locally produced food, beer, wine” 

July 11, 2019, The Augusta Chronicle, “Canoe, kayak paddlers asked to pick next river adventure”

July 10, 2019, Calhoun Times, “Paddle Georgia Fall Float on the Flint to feature local offerings”

July 7, 2019, Rome News-Tribune, “GRN asks river lovers to vote on 2020 trip”

July 7, 2019, Marietta Daily Journal, “GRN asks river lovers to vote on 2020 trip”

July 6, 2019, Albany Herald, “Georgia River Network asks river lovers to chose Paddle Georgia 2020 destination”

July 5, 2019, The Daily Tribune News “Cartersville kayaker takes part in Paddle Georgia”,22586

July 4, 2019, Gwinnett Citizen, “Georgia River Network ask river lovers to choose destination for Paddle Georgia 2020”

June 28, 2019, Golden Isles Magazine, “Navigating the Blackwater of the Satilla” by Bethany Leggett.

June 27, 2019, Suwannee Democrat, “Paddle Georgia Explores the Suwannee River”

June 26, 2019, Newnan Times Herald, “Newnan Local Participates in Eigth 92-Mile River Journey”.

June 26, 2019, Calhoun Times, “Calhoun couple participates in 92-mile paddle adventure”–mile-paddle-adventure/article_bfc7b7e0-9758-11e9-96d9-c7ca332f0c7a.html

June 20, 2019, Times Georgian, “Paddle Georgia an annual trek for Haralson woman” by Laura Camper.

June 18, 2019, WFXL Fox 31, “Georgia River Network: 350 people embark on Withlacoochee paddle trip this week”

June 17, 2019,  Albany Herald, “Paddle Georgia Celebrates 15 Year Anniversary on Withlacoochee”

June 15, 2019, Marietta Daily Journal, “Locals to Participate in Seve Day 92 Mile River Journey”–mile-river-journey/article_7f9ee66b-f37a-56cb-b078-d0cbc85e90de.html

June 13, 2019, Valdosta Daily Times, “Quarterman to Canoe Paddle Georgia”,

June 13, 2019, The Toccoa Record, “Donation Boosts Water Trail” by Tom Law.

June 11, 2019, Rome News Tribune, “Georgia River Network Celebrates 15 Years of Paddle Georgia”

May 16, 2019, The Augusta Chronicle, “Fishing Report” by Bill Baab.

May 10, 2019, The Northside Neighbor, “Georgia River Network head hoping all Paddle Georgia” by Everett Catts.

May 9, 2019, Morgan County Citizen, “River group holding May 11 fundraising float”

May 7, 2019. Online Athens, “Kayak trip and festival on Apalachee River set for Saturday”

May 4, 2019, Atlanta Intown, “Above the Waterline: Cumberland Island is a complex and fragile beauty” by Sally Bethea.

April 10, 2019, Athens Banner Herald. “New book details nature and history along the Oconee River corridor” by Wayne Ford.

April 5, 2109, The Rome News Tribune. “Locals to join in on 21-mile paddle trip on Satilla River–mile-paddle-trip-on/article_ef389450-5701-11e9-a5bf-972a5fdb384c.html

April 1, 2019, Northside Neighbor, “Buckhead’s Stricker named head of Georgia River Network”

March 15, 2019, The Toccoa Record, “Tugaloo Officially Developing Water Trail”, by Angie Ramage.

March 14, 2019 – Valdosta Times, “Row, Row Your Boat: Residents to paddle Withlacoochee, Suwannee”

February 20, 2019 – The Albany Herald, “Georgia River Network offers teacher scholarships”

February 17, 2019 – Gwinnet Daily Post, “Georgia River Network opens registration for Paddle Georgia 2019″ by Madison Greer.

February 14, 2019 – Athens Banner Herald, “River Network’s annual paddle trip to cross two states and 92 miles of water”.

February 8, 2019 – The Post Searchlight – “Registration for week-long river journey begins February 7”

February 5, 2019 – Dawson County News, “Registration for Georgia River Network’s 15th Paddle Georgia begins Feb. 7”

January 8, 2019 – Coosa Valley News – “CRBI Welcomes New Outreach Coordinator”.




January 18, 2018 – The Lincoln Journal -“Paddle adventure set for April 7-8”

January 15, 2018 – The Brunswick News – “Registration open for Satilla River kayaking trip”

February 19, 2018 Athens Banner-Herald – “Paddle Georgia trip highlights emerging water trails”

February 21, 2018 – Southeast Green – “Paddle Georgia 2018 Highlights Emerging Trails on Yellow and Ocmulgee Rivers June 16-22”

February 24, 2018 – The Augusta Chronicle – Savannah Riverkeeper pushing to turn Lock and Dam into whitewater attraction

March 2, 2018 – Marietta Daily Journal – Paddle GA highlights emerging water trail system on Yellow and Ocmulgee rivers

February 25, 2018 – Registration open for Paddle GA 2018

March 1, 2018. Monroe County Reporter, “Paddle GA will bring visitors on the river trail”.

March 22, 2018 – Online Athens – Georgia River Network offering paddle-trip scholarships for teachers

May 3, 2018 – Oconee Enterprise, “Southern Environmental Law Center Opposes Apalachee Intake”.

June – Georgia Trend Magazine. “Take It Easy” by Karen Kirkpatrick.

June 12, 2018 Locals to Participate in 7-day, 86-mile River Journey
Gwinnett Citizen

June 13, 2018, Covington News, “More than 250 Paddlers to Explore Yellow, Ocmulgee Rivers during Paddle Georgia 2018 “

June 13, 2018, Albany Herald “Adventurers to make weeklong, 86-mile trip on Georgia rivers” by Jon Gosa.

June 14, 2018. Rockdale Newton Citizen. “Porterdale Pool Party to celebrate Yellow River Water Trail”

June 19, 2018. Paddle Georgia makes stop in Porterdale By Alice Queen

June 19, 2018. Pike County Journal Reporter by Rachel McDaniel. Pike County

June 21, 2018. Jackson Argus, “Paddle Georgia boaters explore Ocmulgee River” by Michael Davis.

July 5,2018. WALB News 10, “Georgia River Network seeks input on annual destination”.

July 5, 2018. Albany Herald, “Vote for Paddle Georgia’s 2019 destination is open”.

July 5, 2018. Online Athens, “River group seeks input on Paddle Georgia destination” by the Georgia River Network.

July 3, 2018. GPB News. Paddle Georgia 2018 Meanders Down the Ocmulgee and Yellow Rivers by Sophie Peel.

July 7, 2018. Gwinnett Citizen. Georgia River Network asks river lovers to choose the destination for Paddle Georgia’s 15th Anniversary Adventure in June 2019” by Staff Reports.

July 26, 2018. Saporta Report. Bacterial testing of river water a new feature of Float on the Flint this autumn By David Pendered.

July 29, 2018. Northwest GA News .Romans Encouraged to Float the Flint.

July 30, 2018 – WTOC “Flint Riverkeeper Meetings Begin Today” by Dave Miller.

September 19, 2018 – The Union Recorder, “River Day Slated This Weekend at Greenway”

Sep 23, 2018 Rome News Tribune Nina Lovel, president 2018 CRBI Board of Directors

Sept 26, 2018 WALB News, “Paddle down Georgia’s great rivers” by Dave Miller.

September 27, 2019 -Dawson News, “Paddle Georgia’s 15th run set to cross Florida border in 2019 ”

September 2018 – Adopt a Stream Newsletter, Paddle GA 2018

Oct 3, The Albany Herald, “Fifth annual Fall Float on the Flint begins Saturday”

October 3, 2018 – The Moultrie Observer, “Paddle Georgia to Cross Florida Line”.

December 17, 2018 – The Northeast Georgia, “Follow the Trail” by Tom Law.

December 5, 2018 – Herald Leader in Fitzgerald, “Leighton Talks About River Trip”



January 5, 2017 – The Citizen, “Satilla Paddle Adventure April 1-2”
Posted by Staff Writer. 

January 5, 2017 – The Citizen, “Satilla Paddle Adventure April 1-2” Posted by Staff Writer.

January 28th, 2017—Floyd News, “A week-long canoe/kayak adventure from Dawsonville to Rome” Posted by Staff reports

January 31st, 2017, Cartersville Patch, “Registration Opens for 125-Mile Paddle Trip on Etowah River” Posted by: Kristal Dixon (Patch Staff)

February 2nd, 2017, Cherokee Tribune & Ledger News, “Paddling the Etowah: Trip offered by nonprofit” Posted by: Sampson Jenkins

February 8th, 2017, Dawson News, “Week-long river adventure to travel the Etowah” Posted by: Unknown. HYPERLINK:

February 9th,2017, The Mcduffie Progress, “Little River Water Trail making big strides”, Posted by: Brian Hobbs

March 12, 2017- AccessWDUN- “Paddle Georgia scholarships offered Georgia teachers” By:AccessWDUN staff. HYPERLINK:

March 13th, 2017 – Saporta Report, “Georgia’s nascent water trail network garners support from state lawmakers” By: David Pendered. Hyperlink:

March 11th, 2017 – Albany Herald, “Georgia River Network lauds passage of HR 281” By: Staff Reports. Hyperlink:

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March 21st,2017, Cherokee Tribune & Ledger News-“Down river: Paddle trip celebrating spring” Posted by: Sampson Jenkins. Hyperlink:

March 16th,2017. The Augusta Chronicle.” Baab: More than 100,000 trout to be stocked into Georgia’s mountain streams”.Posted By: Bill Baab. Hyperlink:

March 21st, 2017, Forsyth News – “Paddle Georgia applications open for teachers”-Posted by: Isabel Hughes. Hyperlink:

March 17th, 2017. Cross Roads News -“Teachers can apply for Paddle Georgia scholarships”. Posted By: Cross Roads News. Hyperlink:

March 28, 2017. AJC Metro Newspaper- “Teachers have a chance to join weeklong adventure on river”. By: Staff.
April 7th, 2017. Southeast Green- “Legislators protect water, property rights, but concerns remain about coal ash waste, other clean water protections”. Posted By: Staff. Hyperlink:

April 17,2017. Jackson Progress-” Rollin’ on the River: Local residents paddle the Satilla”. Posted by: Sherri Ellington. Hyperlink:

May 11, 2017. Online Athens- “New Users Guide on Flint River” released by UGA Press

May 16, 2017. Rome News- Tribune- “Pepperell Teacher Ready for Paddle Georgia”

June 12, 2017. Southeast Green- “Nearly 400 Paddlers to Journey on Etowah River during Paddle Georgia 2017 June 17-23”

June 13, 2017. Dawson News- “Paddle Georgia to pass through Dawson this weekend”

June 19, 2017. Rome News Tribune- “New Boat Ramp at Hardin Bridge is open, though finishing work continues”

June 19 2017. The Ridge 957- “Paddle Georgia is on the River!”

June 20, 2017. Dawson News- “Paddle Georgia Launches into Weeklong Etowah Trek”

June 21, 2017. Rome News Tribune- “Water Testing a Part of the Journey”

June 30 2017. The Telegraph- “106 Mile Kayak Trip will Boost Teachers Classroom Instruction”

August 10, 2017. Forsyth County News Online, “Eagle’s Beak Park officially open to public in north Forsyth” by Kelly Whitmire.

October 6, 2017. WALB News 10- “‘Fall Float’ begins on the Flint”.

October 7, 2017. Albany Herald – “ Fall Float on the Flint”

October 8, 2017 . WFXL Fox 31 – “Boaters Gear Up For 48-mile Adventure”


January 26, 2016 – The Times-Union, “Spots left for 2-day, 17-mile paddle trip on Satilla River” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

February 4, 2016 – Northwest Georgia News, “Paddle Georgia returning to Conasauga, Oostanaula rivers in June” by Doug Walker. HYPERLINK “”

February 8, 2016 – Rome News Tribune, “Paddle Georgia: Registration open for week-long, 103-mile paddle; Rome Residents encouraged to sign up” by Severo Avila. HYPERLINK “–mile-paddle/article_3d10c9e8-cc38-11e5-b255-dbb1b15065b4.html”–mile-paddle/article_3d10c9e8-cc38-11e5-b255-dbb1b15065b4.html HYPERLINK “”

February 14, 2015 – Savannah Morning Now, “Scholars explore how we shape Georgia coast and it shapes us” by Mary Landers. HYPERLINK “”

February 15, 2016 – Saporta Report, “Ga. Water Coalition urges legislators to protect Georgia’s water” by Chris Manganiello HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “”

February 17, 2016 –, “Jackson Lake popular destination for Atlanta trash, litter” by Dante Renzulli.

February 18, 2016 – Ledger-Enquirer, “Editorial: Flint water crisis can’t happen here? Think again.” HYPERLINK “”

February 26, 2016 – Atlanta Progressive News, “Two bills would protect Georgia’s bodies of water” by Gloria Tatum. HYPERLINK “”

February 29, 2016 – The Citizen, “Teachers offered scholarships for river journey.” HYPERLINK “”

March 7, 2016 – Georgia River Network Weblog, “Seeing Something You’ve Never Seen Before on the Conasauga” by Georgia River Network. HYPERLINK “” \\\\\\\\t “_blank”

March 9, 2016 – Gainesville Times, “Bill would exempt DOT from environmental reviews” by Joshua Silavent. HYPERLINK “” \\\\\\\\t “_blank”

March 18, 2016 – Atlanta Journal Constitution, “Ga. Power eyes rural site for possible nuke plant” by Dan Chapman and Russell Grantham. HYPERLINK “” \\\\\\\\t “_blank”

April 01, 2016 – The Brunswick News, “Georgia River Network to take paddlers down the Satilla River” by Taylor Cooper. HYPERLINK “” \\\\\\\\t “_blank”

April 4, 2016 – The Island Packet, “Unfiltered Lowcountry: Altamaha River trip offers an older world” by Matt Richardson. HYPERLINK “”

April 5, 2016 – Moultrie Observer, “TV show to feature Ochlockonee River trip” by Staff. “ HYPERLINK “”

April 13, 2016 – The Citizen, “Flint River water trail in the works.” HYPERLINK “”

April 16, 2016 – Albany Herald, “Flint Water Trail currently under development” by Staff Reports. HYPERLINK “”

May 4, 2016 – Online Athens, “Proposed Outlay Reservoir Project Stays in Athens-Clarke water supply Plan” by Jim Thompson. HYPERLINK “”

May 17, 2016 – Online Athens, “Space still available on 103-mile canoe trip hosted by Georgia River Network” by Special. HYPERLINK “”

May 22, 2016 – Saporta Report, “Excitement draining for reservoir boondoggles” by Chris Manganiello. HYPERLINK “”

May 23, 2016 –, “BUZZ: BIG SATURDAY BREWING IN DOWNTOWN ROME. PADDLE GEORGIA SAILS INTO CALHOUN JUNE 22. AN OLYMPIC MEMORY. By: Jack Druckenmiller. HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “” May 25, 2016 – Oconee County Observations, “Oconee County expecting report in June evaluating options for discharge from calls creek plant” by Lee Becker.

May 27, 2016 – Savannah Morning News, “Georgia’s new EPD director light on environmental experience,” by Mary Landers. HYPERLINK “”

May 31, 2016 – The Florida Times-Union, “5 years after big fishkill, Ogeechee River has recovered, officials say” by May Landers. HYPERLINK “”

May 31, 2016 – Savannah Morning News, “5 years after fish kill, Ogeechee on the mend” by Mary Landers. HYPERLINK “”

June 3, 2016 – Online Athens, “Boat ramp at Athens’ Ben Burton Park will be part of the “Blue Trail” one day.” By Lee Shearer. HYPERLINK “” Satilla Riverkeeper Spring 2016 Newsletter, “Spring on the Satilla Huge Success” by Mary Freund.

June 2016 – Georgia Trend, “Sustainable Georgia: Collecting Water,” by Ben Young. HYPERLINK “”

June 9, 2016 – The Union-Recorder, “Milledgeville woman to embark on 103-mile kayak.” HYPERLINK “–mile-kayak/article_419a3494-2e5e-11e6-a50e-9f02f96b5972.html”–mile-kayak/article_419a3494-2e5e-11e6-a50e-9f02f96b5972.html.

June 13, 2016 – Hometown Headlines, “Paddle Georgia, 400-plus strong, beings trek from Whitfield to Rome’s Heritage Park on Saturday.” HYPERLINK “”

June 15, 2016 – Albany Herald, “Georgia River Network’s Paddle Georgia 2016 to begin this weekend” by staff reports. HYPERLINK “”

June 16, 2016 – Chattanooga Times Free Press, “Looking for a weekend getaway? Here are some ideas to enjoy the great outdoors” by Susan Pierce. HYPERLINK “”

June 16, 2016 – Valdosta Daily Times, “More than 400 prepare for canoe/kayak adventure.” HYPERLINK “”

June 17, 2016 – Middle Georgia CEO, “Georgia River Network’s Paddle Georgia 2016 to begin this weekend,” by Staff Report. HYPERLINK “”

June 18, 2016 – Rome News-Tribune, “Paddle Georgia begins today, ends in Rome on June 24,” by Joe Cook. HYPERLINK “”

June 19, 2016 – Rome News-Tribune, “Georgia Paddlers cover 15 miles on Day 1” by Joe Cook. HYPERLINK “”

June 19, 2016 – Hometown Headlines, “This week: government meetings, baseball, and Paddle Georgia with street party in Calhoun, Journey’s End celebration in Rome,” by hometownheadlines. HYPERLINK “”

June 20, 2016 – Rome News-Tribune, “Coosa paddlers find decades-old mussels on Day 2,” by Joe Cook. HYPERLINK “”

June 20, 2016 – WRGA, “Paddle Georgia continues this week,” by staff reports. HYPERLINK “” June 21, 2016 – Rome News-Tribune, “Paddle Georgia pulls 800 pounds of trash from river, has 13-mile trek to Calhoun today,” by Ramsey Cook. HYPERLINK “”

June 22, 2016 – Hometown Headlines, “Outdoors: Paddle Georgia brings river party to downtown Calhoun tonight,” by hometownheadlines.

June 22, 2016 – Rome News-Tribune, “Otters, osprey greet Conasauga paddlers; group moves to Oostanaula today,” by Ramsey Cook. HYPERLINK “”

June 22, 2016 – The Daily Citizen, “A special experience” by Chris Whitfield. HYPERLINK “”

June 22, 2016 – The Daily Citizen, “Not just a good ride” HYPERLINK “”

June 22, 2016 – Gainesville Times, “508-acre waterfront development near Braselton gets planners’ OK,” by Jeff Gill.

June 23, 2016 – Rome News-Tribune, “Paddle Georgia in Calhoun” HYPERLINK “”

June 23, 2016 – Hometown Headlines, “Outdoors: Paddle Georgia party at Heritage Park later today. Plus: Watch arrival from Off Broad, River Dog,” by hometownheadlines. HYPERLINK “”

June 24, 2016 – Rome News-Tribune, “Paddle Georgia trek to end today in Rome,” by Ramsey Cook. HYPERLINK “”

June 25, 2016 – Rome News-Tribune, “Paddle Georgia participants finish journey,” by Ramsey Cook. HYPERLINK “”

June 25, 2016 – Phinizy Center for Water Sciences, “Paddle Georgia-Back to Augusta,” by Ruth Mead. HYPERLINK “”

June 25, 2016 – Press Reader, “Good paddle, good friends” by Ramsey Cook. HYPERLINK “”

June 30, 2016 – Lake Lanier, “Register now for the Fall Float on the Flint,” by Robert Sutherland. HYPERLINK “”

June 30, 2016 – The Citizen, “GRN plans Float on the Flint.” HYPERLINK “”

July 3, 2016 – ITravelEasy, “Hundreds take partial in 103-mile Paddle Georgia trip.” HYPERLINK “”

July 3, 2016 – Forsyth County News, “Hundreds take part in 103-mile Paddle Georgia trip,” by Jennifer Linn. HYPERLINK “”

July 6, 2016 – Albany Herald, “Registration open for 56-mile Fall Float on the Flint,” by Jennifer Parks. HYPERLINK “–mile-fall-float-on-the-flint/article_313197ba-5ca2-57b8-ba2f-3e76a544d68a.html”–mile-fall-float-on-the-flint/article_313197ba-5ca2-57b8-ba2f-3e76a544d68a.html.

July 8, 2016 – Savannah Morning News, “Test well shows arsenic at Plant McIntosh in Rincon,” by Mary Landers. HYPERLINK “”

July 10, 2016 – Rome News Tribune, “Rome watching Paulding reservoir plans; City Manager Sammy Rich doesn’t foresee problem.” HYPERLINK “”

July 14, 2016 – Press Reader, “Local paddlers sought for Fall Float” by Joe Cook. HYPERLINK “”

July 16, 2016 – Storm Water Systems blog, “Paddle Georgia removes 800 lbs of trash from Georgia rivers” by Gary Hopkins. HYPERLINK “”

July 21, 2016 – Press Reader, “Local paddlers encouraged to sign up for Fall Float on the Flint” by Joe Cook. HYPERLINK “”

July 25, 2016 – OnlineAthens, UGA Press publishes user’s guide for the Broad River by Wayne Ford. HYPERLINK “”

August 10, 2016 – The Blackshear Times, “Satilla Gets Set For State Spotlight” by Staff.

August 11, 2016 – Lake Oconee Breeze, “Lower Oconee Hidden Gem Paddle Campout to Highlight Watershed” by Gwyneth Moody. HYPERLINK “”

August 13, 2016 – The Brunswick News, “Group says plans for coal ash storage does not constitute clean-up” by Deborah Bayliss. HYPERLINK “”

August 17, 2016 – The Herald-Leader, “Journey on a river system is also trip through history, water use issues” by Sherri Butler. HYPERLINK “”

August 27, 2016 – Cherokee Tribune Ledger News, “Fun flows on the Etowah river” by HYPERLINK “” by ?.

September 2, 2016 – Northwest GA News, “Silent spill: Jet fuel reached river, but accident went almost unnoticed” by Andy Miller. HYPERLINK “”

September 5, 2016 – The Union-Recorder, “Event aims to generate interest, awareness of Oconee River” by Will Woolever. HYPERLINK “”

September 7, 2016 – Union Recorder, “Event aims to generate interest, awareness on Oconee River” by Will Woolever. HYPERLINK “” Dalton Daily Citizen Valdosta Daily Times The Tifton Gazette

September 8, 2016 – The McDuffie Progress, “Development of Little River water trail begins” by Caitlin Boland. HYPERLINK “” September 9, 2016 – AJC, “Georgia ratchets up drought alert” by Dan Chapman.

September 14, 2016 – Tribune Ledger News, “Canoe launch dedicated to river enthusiast” by Sampson Jenkins. HYPERLINK “”

September 27, 2016 – Union-Recorder, “Hidden Gem Paddle & Campout draws visitors to Milledgeville” HYPERLINK “”

October 3, 2016– 11 Alive, “Why is Atlanta losing billions of gallons in water each year?” by Andy Pierrotti. HYPERLINK “”

October 4, 2016–The Citizen, “Float on the Flint launches this weekend” by staff. HYPERLINK “”

October 6, 2016–The Augusta Chronicle, “Baab: Three area governments are among Little River Water Trail stakeholders” by Bill Baab. HYPERLINK “” 17

November, 2016–The Florida Times-Union, “Georgia River Network’s ‘Dirty Dozen’ include proposed Camden Spaceport, Broadhurst Landfill, offshore oil-gas exploration” by Terry Dickson. HYPERLINK “”

December 12, 2016 – Madison Journal Today “Ribbon cutting held for Briar’s Landing” Posted by Staff Writer. HYPERLINK “”


January 3, 2015 –, “Georgia Supreme Court to hear Grady County lake case appeal” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

January 5, 2015 –, “Georgia high court hears arguments on law establishing buffers along rivers and wetlands” by Walter Jones. HYPERLINK “”

January 19, 2015 –, “HamCo: High school student logo contest for Alapaha River Water Trail by WWALS” by Joyce Marie Taylor. HYPERLINK “”

February 6, 2015 – Florida Environments, “Florida, Georgia issue subpoenas to groups in water legal fight” by Bruce Ritchie. HYPERLINK “”

February 11, 2015 – The Blackshear Times, “Local collaborative developing multi-county Satilla paddle trail” by Wayne Hardy. HYPERLINK “”

February 15, 2015 –, “Paddle Georgia to venture on Ogeechee River” by Bryan County Now. HYPERLINK “”

February 24, 2015 –, “Paddle Georgia to host Ogeechee River event” by Joe Cook. (press release) HYPERLINK “”

March 15, 2015 –, “Ogeechee paddle scholarships offered to teachers” by Bryan County Now. HYPERLINK “”

March 25, 2015 –, “Georgia EPD produces drought rules to mixed reaction” by Walter Jones. HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “”

April 2, 2015 –, “Rayonier pollution not permit violation, court find” by Mary Landers. HYPERLINK “”

April 13, 2015 – The EarthShare of Ga Daily shared GRN’s gawaterwire blog “Rayonier and the Altamaha River” by Chris Manganiello. HYPERLINK “”

April 17, 2015 – OnlineAthens, “Weed Warriors Ed, Sue Wilde and Bruno Biri, who watches over Athens waters, win Alec Little environmental awards” by Lee Shearer. HYPERLINK “”

April 17, 2015 –, “Row, row, row your boat” by Meris Lutz. HYPERLINK “”

April 21, 2015 –, “Earth Week at UGA promotes sustainability awareness” by Lindsey Smith. HYPERLINK “”

May 16, 2015 – The Daily Tribune News, “Local residents to venture on Ogeechee River June 20-26” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

May 19, 2015 – TheCrier, “Local Women on 95-mile paddle” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

May 27, 2015 – GainesvilleTimes, “New Federal Water Rule Addresses Health of Streams, Other Wetlands” by Jeff Gill. HYPERLINK “”

May 28, 2015 –, “Outdoor events scheduled in Arabia Mountain Area” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

June 2, 2015 –, “TRED president Julie Smith has list of panels to attend at Georgia Trail Summit this week” by Jeremy Stewart. HYPERLINK “”

June 11, 2015 – Times-Enterprise, “Advocates push Georgia Power to remove the waste from retired plants” by Jill Nolin. HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “”

June 12, 2015 –, “Advocates push Georgia Power to remove waste from retired plants” by Jill Nolin. HYPERLINK “”

June 15, 2015 –, “Tired Creek decision reversed” by Patti Dozier. HYPERLINK “”

June 15, 2015 – AJC, “Ga high court ruling a setback for environmentalists” by Aaron Gould Sheinin. HYPERLINK “”

June 15, 2015 –, “Paddle Georgia on the Ogeechee” by Stacy George. HYPERLINK “”

June 15, 2015 – Canoe&Kayak, “Paddle Georgia 2015 Kicks off June 20” by Joe Cook. HYPERLINK “”

June 15, 2015 – The Florida Times Union, “Georgia justices rule buffers not required for freshwater marshes” by Walter Jones. HYPERLINK “”

June 15, 2015 – Savannah Morning News, “High court decides buffers aren’t required around freshwater marshes” by Walter Jones. HYPERLINK “”

June 15, 2015 – WSAV 3, “Georgia Supreme Court says rules marshland not protected, But New State Law says it is” by JoAnn Merrigan. HYPERLINK “”

June 16, 2015 – AJC, “GA Supremes eliminate many vegetates stream buffers, supports EPD director’s policy change” by Aaron Gould Sheinin. (no link)

June 16, 2015 – Peach Pundit, “GA Supreme Court Uphold EPD Guidelines on Waterway Buffers” by Charlie. HYPERLINK “”

June 17, 2015 – Connect Statesboro, “Six things to do in Statesboro this summer” by Brittani Howell HYPERLINK “”

June 17, 2015 – The Brunswick News, “Lack of freshwater buffer could impact coastal wetlands” by Michael Hall. HYPERLINK “”

June 17, 2015 – WALB, “Litigation no longer pending during Tired Creek Lake project” by Catherine Patterson. HYPERLINK “”

June 18, 2015 – WJCL, “Sign-up NOW to paddle the Ogeechee and enjoy River’s end” by Ogeechee Riverkeeper. HYPERLINK “”

June 18, 2015 – The EarthShare of Ga Daily, “Buff Battles: Past, Present and Future?” – Chris’s gawaterwire blog was highlighted in Earthshare’s email.

June 19, 2015 – Saporta Report, “Annual Paddle Georgia event begins Saturday, to pass site of environmental victory” by David Pendered. HYPERLINK “”

June 19, 2015 – Just Atlanta News, “Paddle Georgia” by staff. HYPERLINK “”

June 19, 2015 – Forsyth News, “Paddle Georgia trip includes local teacher, several Forsyth residents” by Megan Reed. HYPERLINK “”

June 20, 2015 – Daily Journal, “Nearly 400 paddlers expected to take weeklong trip down 95 miles of Ogeechee River” by Associated Press. HYPERLINK “–River-Trip”–River-Trip

June 20, 2015 – The Telegraph, “Hundreds taking 7-day trip along 95 miles of Ogeechee River” by AP. HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “”

June 24, 2015 – Canoe&Kayak, “Paddle Georgia: Dispatch from the Ogeechee River” by Joe Cook. HYPERLINK “”

June 24, 2015 – Savannah Morning News, “Regional Events” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

June 24, 2015 – Do Savannah, “River’s end celebration wraps up 95-mile paddling journey” by Amanda Dickey. HYPERLINK “”

June 25, 2015 – Savannah Morning News, “Ogeechee Riverkeeper hosts River’s End Celebration” by Amanda Dickey. HYPERLINK “”

June 26, 2015 – Sierra Club, “The Georgia Chapter Office Paddle Georgia” by Staff HYPERLINK “”

June 26, 2015 – BG Buzz, “Paddle Georgia: Ogeechee River” by staff. HYPERLINK “”

June 27, 2015 – Canoe&Kayak, “Paddle Georgia: Dispatch from the Ogeechee River” by Joe Cook HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “”

June 27, 2015 – SavannahNow, “Paddlers pay tribute to pristine river” by Kaitlin Bain. HYPERLINK “”

June 29, 2015 – Ogeechee Riverkeeper Email, “Paddle Georgia Success!” by Emily Markesteyn. HYPERLINK “”

June 30, 2015 – Savannah Morning News, “Rules over lawn watering, car washing during next drought are approved” by Walter Jones.

June 17, 2015 – The Brunswick News, “Lack of freshwater buffer could impact coastal wetlands” by Michael Hall. HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “” HYPERLINK “”

June 30, 2015 – The Augusta Chronicle, “Georgia gets new outdoor water use rules” by Walter Jones. HYPERLINK “”

July 1, 2015 – News 95.5, “Georgia seta water use limits for next drought” by Marcy Williams. HYPERLINK “”

July 1, 2015 – Canoe&Kayak, “Common Waters, Common Ground” by Joe Cook. HYPERLINK “”

July 2, 2015 – Newton Citizen, “East Georgia to seek damages, move forward with landfill plan in Newton County” by Alice Queen. HYPERLINK “”

July 5, 2015 – Gainesville Times, “Georgia joins 8 other states suing for feds over new water regulations” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

July 9, 2015 – Savannah Morning News, “Georgia aquifer test comes up dry” by Walter Jones. HYPERLINK “”

July 10, 2015 – Online Athens, “Georgia aquifer test comes up dry” by Walter Jones. HYPERLINK “”

July 12, 2015 – Gainesville Times, “Gainesville residents tackle river on annual paddle trip” by Kelsey Williamson. HYPERLINK “”

July 22, 2015 – The Herald-Leader, “Hot weather, plenty of strainer couldn’t mar the beauty of the Ogeechee for Cindy Leighton” by Sherri Butler. HYPERLINK “”

July 26, 2015 – Albany Herald, “About 200 paddlers expected for four-day Flint Float” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

July 29, 2015 – OnlineAthens, “Registration open for fall canoe trip along Flint River” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

August 11, 2015 – AJC, “Get your paddle on with Georgia river trips” by Shelia Poole. HYPERLINK “”

September 10, 2015 -The Covington News, “Making Porterdale a destination for visitors” by Sandra Brands.

September 14, 2015 – The Citizen, “Locals to tackles Flint River” by Staff.

September 10, 2015 – Chattahoochee Nature Center’s e-newsletter (announcement about Weekend for Rivers 2015)

September 15, 2015 – Athens Banner Herald News, “Bogart Woman to Paddle The Flint River in 70 Mile Journey” by Wayne Ford HYPERLINK “”

September 15, 2015 – Savannah Morning News, “Paddle the Flint River, spaces available” Mary Landers Blog

September 18, 2015- Marietta Daily Journal “Locals to Participate in Annual River Event”

September 19, 2015- Albany Herald News “Albany Residents to Participate on Float on the Flint” by Staff Reports

September 21, 2015 – Root Rated, “5 Spectacular Paddling Trips South of Atlanta This Fall” by Alexa Lampasona. HYPERLINK “”

September 22, 2015- The Covington News “Yellow River Jam Welcomes Paddlers From Around State” by Staff? HYPERLINK “”

October 2, 2015 – SavannahNow, “Anti-Pipeline Group Honored” by Mary Landers.

October 3, 2015 – The Brunswick News, “Coastal water protection agencies honored for fight against pipeline” by Anna Hall. HYPERLINK “”

October 6, 2015 – The Star, “Push Back the Pipeline names group of the year” by Terry Lewis. HYPERLINK “”

October 9, 2015 – WALB News, “150 people float down Flint River” by Melissa Hodges. HYPERLINK “”

October 9, 2015 – WALB News “Floaters Travel four days on the Flint” by Caitlyn Chastain. HYPERLINK “”

October 10, 2015 – Albany Herald, “Kayakers begin four-day trip down Flint River” by Terry Lewis HYPERLINK “”

October 13, 2015 – WALB News, “Flint River samples show higher levels of pollutants” by Melissa Hodges. HYPERLINK “”

October 17, 2015 – The Augusta Chronicle, “River Group Honored for Effort” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

October 30, 2015 – Georgia Wildlife Federation E-newsletter, “Paddling the Flint” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

November 5, 2015 – Thomasville Times-Enterprise, “River paddling, dinner event planned” by Staff. HYPERLINK “”

November 5, 2015 – 90.1 WABE, “Chattahoochee, Coosa River’s Water Quality At Risk In GA” by Tasnim Shamma. HYPERLINK “”

November 23, 2015 – AJC, “Years later, Georgia governor’s water program still far from goal” by Greg Bluestein. HYPERLINK “” .

December 4, 2015 – The Broad Collective, “Georgia River Network” by Dana Skelton.

December 8, 2015 – access WDUN, “Glades Reservoir enters home stretch of approval process” by Marc Eggers. HYPERLINK “”

December 10, 2015 – The Brunswick News, “Support growing for Water trail along Satilla” by Gordon Jackson. HYPERLINK “”


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