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2018 Swim Guide Summary

With Labor Day weekend in the rearview mirror, the Coosa lakes are about to get a whole lot quieter. School and football reduce the number of boaters and swimmers on the lake dramatically, but for the true river rat September and October are some of the best times of the

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Intern Highlight Takeover: The Greatest Show Woman, Amy.

With a staff of three full time employees, it is near impossible to get EVERYTHING we want accomplished.  That’s why we are forever grateful for our interns.  Especially our summer Swim Guide interns. Not a second of their time goes unnoticed to us, but it’s not as easy for y’all

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Intern Highlight Takeover: The Canva Queen, Mary Anne.

With a staff of three full time employees, it is near impossible to get EVERYTHING we want accomplished.  That’s why we are forever grateful for our interns.  Especially our summer Swim Guide interns. Not a second of their time goes unnoticed to us, but it’s not as easy for y’all

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Fishing

Intern Highlight Takeover: The Story Tellin’ Sampler, James.

With a staff of three full time employees, it is near impossible to get EVERYTHING we want accomplished.  That’s why we are forever grateful for our interns.  Especially our summer Swim Guide interns. Not a second of their time goes unnoticed to us, but it’s not as easy for y’all

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Advocacy

Cheers to the Coosa- let’s celebrate and connect!

Join Us for Cheers to the Coosa on Thursday, September 6th! We wake up every day to protect, promote & restore the Coosa River. But on, September 6th, we will be able to sit back, relax & celebrate the river at our annual farm to table dinner, Cheers to the

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Special Statement on 8/3 Swim Guide Results

This week has had some of the heavier, sustained rains of the season and, as a direct result, water quality conditions in the Coosa River creeks are less than optimal right now. People recreating in the Coosa’s creeks should be extra cautious about where and how they make contact with the

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Intern Highlight Takeover: The Pole Sampler Pro, Ryder.

With a staff of three full time employees + a river that spans 280 miles, it is near impossible to get EVERYTHING we want accomplished.  That’s why we are forever grateful for our interns.    Especially our summer Swim Guide interns. Not a second of their time goes unnoticed around

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Fishing

All I Want To Do is Swim

“I’d rather swim than eat. I really would.” -The Moviegoer   I remember one of the first times my folks took me to Logan Martin. We had a small jon boat full of tackle and snacks for a long day of fishing. All I wanted to do is swim… all day

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Advocacy

Coosa Hydro License Thrown Out in Court

Big Win for the Coosa & its Critters! Last Friday a federal court tossed the decision by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to grant the Alabama Power Co. a 30-year license to operate the hydropower dams on the Coosa River. The case was filed by American Rivers and Alabama

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Lakes

How to celebrate the 4th on the Coosa

Whether your family spends every independence day at the river OR y’all are searching for new traditions– everyone can agree there is no better place to view a firework show than at the river. Thanks to Home & Boat Owner Associations and local citizens, there are a number of different

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