There will be a town hall meeting to discuss the dewatering (or draining) of coal ash waste ponds at Plant Branch in Milledgeville hosted by Representative Rick Williams on June 24. The town hall...MORE »
If you are energetic, enjoy our beautiful waterways, like working with a great group of people, are willing to travel around the watershed and have strong communications skills (press releases,...MORE »
By Jen Hilburn
Georgia’s coast, its communities and its wildlife, suffered a blow recently when a judge decided to allow Sea Island to move forward with developing the groin...MORE »
Rayonier AM operated for years without an updated NPDES permit. More than half a dozen active and retired coal-fired power plants in Georgia currently have expired permits. The EPA has recognized the...MORE »
On July 13, Administrative Law Judge Kristin Miller heard five hours of closing argument in the challenge by the Altamaha Riverkeeper, Surfrider Foundation, and One Hundred Miles to Sea Island...MORE »
SHIRTS & STICKERS ARE NOW FOR SALE!!!!
Youth XS-XL = $16.00
Adult S-XL = $16.00
Adult 2XL - 5XL = $18.00
4" Square = $5.00
6" Square = $7.50
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All orders placed by 6/21 & that choose FREE PICKUP, will be picked up by volunteers & distributed during GORRR registration. You can still place orders after 6/21, however, you will either have to pay to have shipped at cost or pick up from Milledgeville based printer.
The shirts will be back print only. Shirts are 5.4 ounce weight & 100% cotton. Tie dyes are usually preshrunk due to how they are made, but the printer said they couldn't guarantee it, so please order accordingly. Please note that the design may change slightly because I'm still waiting on final mockups from printer.
Also, please don't forget to mark your calendars to join us on Saturday, June 24, 2017 for the revival of The Great Oconee River Raft Race!!!
Mississippi regulators want to pull the plug on a first-of-its-kind power plant that was supposed to burn coal more cleanly, saying one of the nation's largest utilities should absorb $6.5 billion in losses and ratepayers should pay nothing more.