"Look what the river
Upper Etowah River Clean-up and Adopt-a-Stream sampling on October 3, 2015
***Saturday October 3rd will meet at Revival Gardens (390 Tom Bell Odom Rd) at 9AM, cleaning the upper reaches of the Etowah River around Hightower and Jay Bridges. After lunch, we'll conduct an invertebrate sampling of life in the Etowah until 4PM.
***Please bring work gloves, trash bags, a change of shoes and clothes (in case you get wet), drinking water, snacks, and your own canoe if you are a confident paddler). School and church groups, and Boy/Girl Scout troops welcome. Contact Joseph Adams for more info at 706 265-5502 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Free T-Shirts are provided by Georgia Department of Natural Resoucres RiversAlive.org program. Local support comes from World Class Learning Alliance (worldclass.net), Revival Gardens Produce, Just Right Construction, and the International Appalachian Academy (interppacad.org)
Photo from 2014 clean-up
The water still feels good in early October!
soup and cornbread lunch, courtesy of Revival Gardens
Georgia Adopt-a-Stream invertebrate sampling in the afternoon