CRBI provides opportunities for children and adults to learn about the importance of our water to Coosa River communities and discover ways that they can prevent water pollution.
CRBI’s education programs include in-school programs and on-river experiences. CRBI also conduct special programs for civic, church and other community groups.
CONTACT US if you’re interested in scheduling a program with CRBI for your classroom or civic club.
Recent Education posts:
Merlin App - Take a walk outside and see many different bird species you are able to identify with this ...Read More
Senate Bill 280 would prohibit the distribution of single-use plastic bags by retail stores, with some exemptions (bags used for ...Read More
To Kingdom Come (soundtrack) by Various Artists At our most recent screening of To Kingdom Come, a documentary about the ...Read More
In the wake of the recent news stories highlighting the dangers of the blue-green algae to both people and pets ...Read More
Green: 0-126 cfu/100mLconsidered safe for recreational use by the state of GeorgiaYellow: +126-235 cfu/100mLmoderate risk of illnessRed: +235 cfu/100mLhigh risk ...Read More
For 50 years, the Clean Water Act has protected families and communities by preventing unchecked and unlimited pollution from contaminating ...Read More
On Feb. 28 and March 1, some 30 volunteers from CRBI and other Georgia Water Coalition member organizations pushed ...Read More
A video celebrating CRBI's silver anniversary was released at CRBI's annual membership meeting. Through the eyes of Coosa River ...Read More
2017 Annual Report A overview of CRBI activities during 2017. CLICK HERE OR ON IMAGE BELOW TO READ THE FULL ...Read More
Join us on March 1st for Capitol Conservation Day with the Georgia Water Coalition. We'll let you know about some ...Read More