In this episode the Georgia Outdoors crew will explore some of Georgia's beautiful streams and waterfalls.
First, we'll join the Department of Natural Resources "Stream Team" to conduct a stream sample survey of Longbranch and Britain's Creeks to determine if these Georgia waters are imperiled. We'll also join area biologists, riverkeepers and high school students in a river clean-up – who knows what we'll find clogging our inner-city waterways. The Georgia Outdoors crew will also meet the folks who run the state's Adopt-a-Stream program – we may even adopt our very own stream in the Decatur area!
Finally, we'll take a day to explore five of North Georgia's most beautiful waterfalls.
What can you do to help clean up Georgia's streams? Visit the Rivers Alive website to find out.
Georgia Adopt-a-Stream Program
Become a foster parent to a stream near you.
Waterfalls Walks and Drives
Interested in taking the waterfall daytrip that we took? Visit the website for Mark Morrison's book, "Waterfalls Walks and Drives".
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