South River Watershed Alliance: We are the only organization protecting the South River. SRWA is committed to ecological restoration of the South River for the benefit of nature and people. Cleaner water requires increased awareness, collective advocacy, stronger protection, and management of our river as a valuable natural resource. We make a difference together. Join SRWA today!
Georgia Power Come out and enjoy the great outdoors. Our lakes, rivers and parks are perfect for indulging in your passion for the water and the great outdoors. Resources for water levels, shoreline management, water safety and more.
Georgia Department of Natural Resources: License and Permits plus law enforcement details.
Yellow River Water Trail The Yellow River Water Trail is a valuable resource for recreation, education and stewardship increasing and improving public access to the the Yellow River through environmentally sensitive launch and landing sites for non-motorized boats.
Georgia River Network WORKING TOGETHER FOR HEALTHY RIVERS. Founded in 1998, Georgia River Network works to protect and connect people with Georgia’s rivers.
Georgia Adopt-a-Stream Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Georgia Adopt-A-Stream (AAS) is the state's volunteer water quality monitoring program. Since 1993, the program has engaged citizen scientists all across Georgia and beyond in water protection activities through a series of educational workshops, which train individuals on the physical, chemical and biological health of their waterways. AAS is one of the outreach and education programs of the Non-Point Source Program in the Watershed Protection Branch of the Georgia Environmental Protection Division. The program is funded by a Section 319(h) Grant (Clean Water Act).
Butts County Water and Sewer Authority Butts County Water & Sewer Authority. We are committed to bringing you the very best in quality and reliability as we work to operate and expand Butts County’s water and wastewater systems. Within its twenty-five year history, the Authority has installed over 250 miles of water distribution lines throughout the unincorporated county. In partnership with the local municipalities — Jackson, and Jenkinsburg– we now provide public water supply to over 95% of the County’s population.
Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center is the perfect location for your educational or non-profit organization to host conferences, workshops, summer camps, and retreats throughout the year.
Ocumulgee River The longest continuous water trail in the state of Georgia! In 2018, the Ocmulgee Water Trail expanded to 240+ miles becoming the longest continuous water trail in the state of Georgia. The OWT now encompasses the entire river: from the output of Lake Jackson to its confluence with the Oconee where the Altamaha is born. It is a premier destination for paddlers and river enthusiasts and provides a variety of recreational activities that promote local and regional economic improvements.
Altamaha Riverkeeper The 137-mile Altamaha River is one of the great natural treasures of the eastern United States. Pronounced Al’ta’mahaw’ the river starts at the confluence of the Ocmulgee and the Oconee Rivers near Hazelhurst and flows undammed to the Atlantic Ocean in Darien.
Backyard Conservation (thanks Ms. Ainsworth Class!!) Environmental conservation is an important issue in today’s world, and there are lots of ways to help in your own backyard. Now more than ever, it is vital to preserve our planet and its natural resources, like water, soil, plants and wildlife. Everyone can help out by recycling, using less water, and making the community more eco-friendly. Many of these activities can be fun, too!