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Keep Albany Dougherty Beautiful (KADB) announces its annual Rivers Alive cleanup along the Flint River. Rivers Alive is a program sponsored by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Environmental Protection Division, and the Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation (KGBF), on Saturday, October 27.

Walker Location: West Side of Flint River, Meet at Third Avenue and the Flint River and Canoe/Kayak Location: Georgia Power Dam, Time for both locations 9:00 a.m.
Rivers Alive encourages cleanups along all 70,150 miles of Georgia’s rivers, lakes, streams and wetlands. The campaign’s intent is to create awareness of Georgia’s water resources through hands-on involvement.
“Water is our planet’s most precious resource”, said Judy Bowles, Executive Director of KADB”, and it is incumbent upon each of us to doour part to protect our water from pollution for our citizens as well as for our wildlife.”
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