Update 2015-04-17: Water’s high, but looks like the outing is on.
Paddle downstream on the Alapaha River past the Willacoochee River and the city of Willacoochee, among ancient cypress, pines, turtles, fish, and birds. This is a long one, so come prepared: water, snacks, and as always personal flotation devices. It’s also remote and possibly difficult with deadfalls, so please be able to swim or at least float. If you need a boat, please contact email@example.com. Facebook event.
|When:||8AM April 18th 2015|
|Shuttle:||40 min. shuttle|
|Start:||9AM on the water|
|Duration:||approximately 4 hour paddle|
|Where:||Rowetown Church Cemetery,
7 miles east of Alapaha, GA
via Moore Sawmill Road,
on Rowetown Church Road,
Berrien County, GA
This event is FREE! All we ask is that you are a current member of WWALS Watershed Coalition. If not, it’s easy to join online today at http://wwals.com/blog/donations/. You do not have to be a member to come on this outing. If you like the experience, we recommend that you join to support the efforts of WWALS.
You can see this access point on the ARWT interactive Map if you turn on the Other layer. Rowetown Church Cemetery is marked as Ask for access. WWALS has permission from the landowner for this outing.
If the Alapaha River is too high or too low, we will go to the
Public Fishing Area (PFA)
|When:||9AM April 18th 2015|
|Where:||536 Paradise Drive,
Enigma, GA 31749
Just south of US 82
between Tifton and Enigma
Meanwhile, Heather Brasell is hosting an event, A Day in the Woods at the nearby Gaskins Forest Education Center, 9AM to 3PM. Those interested in attending some of that event after the paddle are welcome.