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‘Hooch Volunteering

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If you’re interested in the outdoors, meeting other Georgia outdoor enthusiasts and learning about the river, consider volunteering. There are daily opportunities to volunteer in land-based clean up, river clean up, trail building, non-native species control, general assistance and more.

If you frequently visit any of the 48 miles of trails at the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, consider becoming a “trail blazer” and act as another set of eyes for the park staff. Volunteers take a 12-hour training class, which covers CPR, park safety, resource protection information, trail maintenance and more.

For more information on volunteering opportunities, visit nps.gov/chat/supportyourpark/volunteer.htm.

– Emily Tracy, SPR

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