About 200 Georgians Met with Legislators Urging Passage of Critical Coal Ash Legislation

On February 15, over 200 Georgians gathered in Atlanta for Capitol Conservation Day. They met directly with legislators to urge them to support proposed protections for Georgia’s pristine water resources.

Green Spirit Awards: SweetWater Brewery Protecting the Hooch One Sip at a Time

As summer is coming to an end, I’m already reminiscing over the best summer activity here in Georgia: floating down the Chattahoochee River. When shooting the hooch (as we like to call it), there’s only one kind of beer you should be sipping on and that’s SweetWater.

America’s Most Endangered River is in the Southeast – the ACF: a target for more power plants?

Last week American Rivers announced their America’s Most Endangered Rivers 2016 list. The Apalachicola-Flint-Chattahoochee (ACF) river system, which is shared among three states, Georgia, Alabama and Florida, and is the focus of the decades-long Tri-State Water Wars, received the dubious honor as the #1 selection. Below is a guest blog from American Rivers’ Chris Williams [...]