Saturday September 22nd, 2018 Start Time - Noon until 8:00pm Free to the Public - donations recommended Bring your boats and come enjoy great music riverside! #YellowRiver #Festivals #home #Paddle #YellowRiverjam #beer #bands #paddling #crafts #vendors #foodtruck #event #featured #georgia #featurestory
WHAT: 2nd Annual Yellow River Trash Bash. Join us for a land/shore/river cleanup. Have fun for a few hours, helping our park and our river. Pizza and T-shirt provided. Minimum age is 14 yrs old. Please register so we have a count for food and shirts. WHEN: Saturday, September 16 at 9 AM - 12:30 PM WHERE: Gwinnett Yellow River Park, 3232 Juhan Rd, Stn Mtn, GA 30087 HOW: Sign up at www.eventbrite.com #home #featurestory #event
GWC Partner Experiences: Yellow River Water Trail
In recent years, we have attended Georgia Water Coalition meetings and connected with water advocates from around the state. We formed our non-profit in 2014 (under the excellent guidance of Georgia River Network) and created our motto of "Enjoy, Share and Protect." As a group of volunteer kayakers organizing to enjoy and share our Yellow River with the community, we had no idea how important the Georgia Water Coalition (GWC
Village of Porterdale With a granted easement, Porterdale will soon have access to class I and II rapids below the mill dam. It's part of a long-range plan developed when the Porterdale team won a scholarship from the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta to attend the prestigious "Balance Commerce and Nature in Rural Communities" training sponsored by the national office of the Conservation Fund at the US Fish and Wildlife ConservatIon Training Center in Shepardstown, WV.
EXCITING update ! 6:16 pm At the end of a dirt path that touches the Yellow River in Newton County, one piece of the future of Georgia’s network of water trails is taking shape – a network that now has the blessings of the state House of Representatives. Abe’s Landing is at mile 33 of the 53-mile Yellow River Water Trail. The water trail begins near Lilburn, at Five Forks Trickum Road, and ends at Jackson Lake. According to a description of the water trail, it passes beneath
Tonya Bechtler, with Yellow River Water Trail, attended Capitol Conservation Day for the first time this year and gave us some insight on her experience. "Mark Wilson and I attended our very first Capitol Conservation Day this Legislative Session. Thank you Georgia Water Coalition, Georgia River Network and ALL the partners for a wonderful introduction to policy making at the State Capitol -WOW! In 2015, our volunteers with the Yellow River Water Trail discovered Newton Count