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Flint River Expedition

Georgia's Flint River is one of the southeastern United States' greatest natural resources. Over 125 of its 220 total miles are free-flowing as it traverses the state from the Atlanta Metro Area to its confluence with the Chattahoochee. As we examine the future of the state's water resources for the next century, the Flint is a pivotal watershed in which to promote conservation, ecological tourism and sustainable economic development. Georgia Outdoors plans on doing a three part series on the river for the 11th season.