April Ingle from the Georgia River Network gets us prepared for the summer paddling season and the economic and tourism dollars it brings to the state.
Cutting a unique path across North Georgia, the 163-mile long Etowah River Water Trail provides a path into one of the state's most historically significant and one of the nation's most biologically diverse rivers. It is also the first river to it's own book, in a series of waterproof Georgia River Trail Guides being produced by Georgia Univeristy Press. To purchase click here. http://ow.ly/lKR6W
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