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Savannah River Experience - Canoeing and Adopt a Stream Certification

  • 23 Feb 2019
  • 10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Marine Rescue Squadron building at Houlihan Boat Landing in Port Wentworth
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Registration


Thank you for joining us on the Savannah River Experience field trip. We look forward to seeing you. Please email beth@tybeemarinescience with any questions you might have.
Registration is closed

Experience the Savannah River by paddling along the river in search of birds, dolphins, and various wildlife. Learn about the rich history of this influential watershed. Following canoeing, become certified in Adopt a Stream (AAS), Georgia's Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Network, through Savannah Riverkeeper. 

Georgia Adopt-A-Stream has five program goals that we encourage you to ADOPT!

  • Increase public Awareness of the State's nonpoint source pollution and water quality issues
  • Collect quality baseline water quality Data
  • Gather Observations
  • Encourage Partnerships between citizens and their local government
  • Provide citizens with the Tools and Training to evaluate and protect their local waterways

To accomplish these goals, Georgia Adopt-A-Stream encourages individuals and communities to monitor and/or improve sections of streams, wetlands, lakes or estuaries through several levels of involvement. Manuals, training, and technical support are provided through Georgia EPD and more than 70 established Community/Watershed Adopt-A-Stream organizers.

The registration deadline is February 15.

Fee:

$60/person, with canoe rental

$20/person, if you bring your own canoe/kayak. If you would like to bring your own canoe/kayak, please email beth@tybeemarinescience.org

If you are a new or renewing member, the membership fee is $20 additional.

Notes:

- Bring your own lunch. Lunch will be during the Lunch and Learn AAS certification training. Make sure to bring a water bottle.

- The max number of participants is 15.

- Dress comfortably and weather appropriate.

- For questions, email beth@tybeemarinescience.org.

 

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