Florida, Georgia water war decisions will impact entire nation

by Dan Tonsmeire A vital piece of Florida’s economy and livelihoods are hinging on historic actions this year by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Supreme Court of the United States. It’s a continuation of the Florida-Georgia water war — one that’s been going on for decades. The trial is set for October […]

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To Save a River

By Jim McClellan There’s a stand of willows at the south end of Iamonia Lake, an oxbow off the Apalachicola River. The willows are right in the middle of the channel and if you’re driving a boat on that stretch, you have to choose right or left. One way takes you to the river; the

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2The Keeper

By: Robyn Parrish-Hill It beckons to me whispering, “Come and see. Come and see.” I am drawn to this life force, intoxicated by the beauty that Mother Nature has so lovingly created. My words are silenced by the sweet song of the gentle waves that caress the shore. Echoes of the past slowly creep around

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Reflecting on RiverTrek 2015

  A Brief Look at the Apalachicola RiverTrek Paddling Experience   by Doug Alderson Like the quintessential hero’s journey, participants in the Apalachicola RiverTrek have various trials and stages to complete in order to ensure success. First, it takes a desire to paddle five days and 110 miles down the entire Apalachicola River, no small task.

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