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Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Outdoors: "3 Rivers in 3 Days"

Follow this link: http://www.gpb.org/georgia-outdoors/season-21/episode/three-rivers-three-days to view a Georgia Public Broadcasting Georgia Outdoors episode featuring stories on the Conasauga, Broad and Flint rivers with footage of native fish shot by Riverkeeper Amos Tuck, along with interviews with Tuck about biodiversity in the upper Coosa River basin. 

2o Years of Protecting the Coosa

 

Burwell Creek Floodplain Paddle 1/19/13

 

CRBI 2012 Year-End Video

 

Amos Odyssey

 

 WATERFEST Canoe Tug-O-Wars

 

7 Hills 3 Rivers Adventure Race

 

 

Video production courtesy of Susan Berry and Isee Marketing Group. E-mail Susan at berrys3@mac.com

CRBI's Mission: Clean Water

 

Video production courtesy of Susan Berry and Isee Marketing Group. E-mail Susan at berrys3@mac.com

HGTV Deserving Design Does Executive Director's Home

Deserving DesignIn November, the Home & Garden Television Show "Deserving Design with Vern Yip" chose Executive Director Joe Cook's home for a two-room makeover. To view the 20-minute TV program about the redesign and the work of CRBI, including interviews with several CRBI members, click here.

 

 

 

300-plus Paddlers Ply the Coosawattee & Oostanaula During Paddle Georgia 2009

Paddle Georgia CRBI welcomed some 300 paddlers to the Basin June 19-27 as part of Georgia River Network's annual Paddle Georgia event.

The event was a tremendous success, raising more than $20,000 for river protection in Georgia. CRBI chapter organization, New Echota Rivers Alliance, will be one of the beneficiaries of the event's Canoe-a-thon fundraising effort.

Paddlers dashed through the Upper Coosawattee's whitewater below Ellijay, stroked across Carters Lake and then wound down the Coosawattee and Oostanaula rivers through Gordon and Floyd counties to Rome.

CRBI served up a Fish Fry meal to more than 250 paddlers and friends as part of the event's River's End Celebration in Rome.

CRBI member and Silver Creek resident, Alan Crawford, became the first paraplegic to complete all seven days of Paddle Georgia, inspiring many with his determination, fortitude and good-natured attitude.

Click here to view Rome News-Tribune video of Alan Crawford. 

Click here to read CRBI Member Jessica Lindberg's Blog about the trip and view photos from the seven-day journey

Click here to see a YouTube Video of Paddle Georgia 2009

Bob Selwyn's Video Tribute to Paddle Georgia 2009

 

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