If you have been hoping to get on the water soon, you will have a number of opportunities to do so in the coming weeks, thanks to the Coosa River Basin Initiative.
Jesse Demonbreun-Chapman, CRBI Executive Director, says that upcoming paddle trips include a Fish Weir Paddle on the Etowah River set for Saturday, September 1st. He muses that the trip will offer an opportunity to relax on the water over Labor Day weekend.
The CRBI will usher in the season of autumn with a Harvest Moon Paddle on September 24th and a Fall Foliage Paddle on the Etowah and Coosa Rivers on October 27th.
Demonbreun-Chapman adds that the public is invited to participate in a ‘clean sweep’ of the Etowah River scheduled for September 15th. It will be followed by the Etowah River Water Trail Rodeo on September 22nd.
Some supporters of the CRBI may be disappointed to discover (if they have not already) that River Revelry, the organization’s annual end-of-the-summer party, will not return in 2018. Demonbreun-Chapman states that a revamped edition of the party may be back at the conclusion of a future summer.
Learn more about events and activities of the Coosa River Basin Initiative on their website at www.coosa.org or by calling (706) 232-2724.
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