2017 Annual Report A overview of CRBI activities during 2017. CLICK HERE OR ON IMAGE BELOW TO READ THE FULL REPORT
Join us on March 1st for Capitol Conservation Day with the Georgia Water Coalition. We’ll let you know about some clean water issues, teach you how to reach your elected officials, then turn you loose with a group from your region to advocate for our waterways. This free event also includes a nice breakfast during the morning’s training program. CLICK HERE for more details and to register. CONTACT US if you would like to ride with CRBI down to the…
Floyd County voters overwhelmingly passed a special purpose local sales tax option on Nov. 7 that includes $1 million for river access improvement. The funds, which will begin being collected in 2019, will enable the construction of new boat launches, a community boathouse and the creation of “boat-in-only” campsites. CRBI is excited about the prospects of furthering the Etowah River Water Trail project and expanding the effort to the Oostanaula River.
CRBI thanks its hundreds of members, volunteers and supporters who contributed to our efforts in 2017. The video below provides just a sampling of CRBI’s work to create cleaner rivers and stronger communities during the past year. Help us continue our work in 2018 as we celebrate our 25th year of protecting the Coosa by making a year-end tax deductible donation. CLICK HERE TO DONATE NOW ONLINE!