RiverFLASH: June 28

Neighborhood Water Watch Highlighted in New Video

Watch our new video about Neighborhood Water Watch! Since 2010, we have been working with NWW partners to improve water quality in urban streams and protect human health in surrounding communities. This project would not be possible without the dedication of hundreds of volunteers that collect water samples and members and donors who support our work. If you are interested in learning more about this program, contact Mike Meyer.

See the video here.


Back to the Chatt Early Bird Registration will close June 30

Don’t miss your chance to register for Back to the Chatt with a discounted rate! Right now, floaters can register for $25 per person and paddlers for $40 per person. Prices are set to increase July 1stand final registration will close August 1st.

All registered participants will receive two tasty beverages from SweetWater Brewing Company (for patrons 21 and over), gift bag, Organic/Fair Trade T-shirt, boxed lunch, shuttle service and a one-year membership to CRK.

See you on the water!

Thank you to our sponsors! Presenting Sponsors: SweetWater Brewing Company, Toyota USA, Waterkeeper Alliance; River Defender: The Erosion Company; River Advocate: Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation, Nantahala Outdoor Center, River Through Atlanta, Victor Haydel, Weed Man Lawn Care; River Conservator: Atlanta Department of Watershed Management, David B. Chester, High Country Outfitters, Rain Barrel Company and Shane’s Rib Shack.
Back to the Chatt: Race, Big Float and Festival is a Waterkeeper Alliance Splash Series event presented nationally by Toyota and locally by SweetWater Brewing Company.  For more information on the SPLASH Event Series, presented nationally by Toyota, please visit


Donate to CRK’s Floating Classroom Scholarship Program!

We believe that educational opportunities like the floating classrooms should be offered to all students – regardless of their economic status. This is why we are committed to providing scholarships for underserved youth in our communities to participate in the Lake Lanier Aquatic Learning Center and West Point Lake Floating Classroom.

This summer, through partnerships with groups like Boys and Girls Clubs, YMCA and others, we are teaching students where their drinking water comes from and how they can make a difference in protecting our river.

Please join us in making a difference in the life of a child, by making a donation to support this very important program – $25 provides one scholarship seat. Together we will make a positive impact on the future of our Chattahoochee River!

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