ELIZABETHTON — Keep Carter County Beautiful is seeking volunteers to help with a three-agency cleanup effort at Blevins Road and the Watauga R…
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ATHENS — After initial offerings sold out almost immediately, Georgia River Network has added additional introductory kayaking and water safety classes to its September events calendar to help train new paddlers who are finding their way to Georgia’s rivers as an outdoor escape from the pandemic. One of the class offerings, Rescue for Rec Boaters, is possibly the first time a comprehensive safety and rescue class has been offered for lake and Class I river paddlers in this region.
ATHENS — The Georgia River Network is hosting introductory kayak classes in August and September to help train new paddlers who are finding their way to Georgia’s rivers as an outdoor escape from the pandemic. Recent increases in paddle sports participation also have resulted in increases in accidents and fatalities. Georgia River Network wants to help paddlers enjoy the state’s waterways more safely and for many years to come.
Flatwater Kayak Fun Day Aug. 6
ERWIN — Hardcore whitewater paddlers take Swiftwater Rescue classes so they are ready for whatever they encounter in a remote gorge, but what …
So far this year, five paddlers have died in Tennessee rivers. Across the nation, paddlesports fatalities increased 30% from 2006 to 2018.