Support our mission by creating your own fundraiser. We are a grassroots new organization to restore the river and the saltmarsh it nourishes in rural coastal Georgia. When I-95 was built in the 1970's, marsh was excavated as a "borrow pit" without protecting the river bank. The river broke through into the pit, and it has since eroded almost 300 acres of salt marsh which has filed the riverbed with mud. With our Science Advisory Board, we plan major grant applications for feasibilty analysis and engineering and remedial construction. The river abuts the Harris Neck NWR home to the largest wood stork rookery in the East. Restoration will importantly preserve the only public boat ramp and sustenance fishing/shrimping direct access. Without action, the upper river will be lost. As the first major coastal restoration in Georgia, it is a DNR priority and model project.
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