||Braves, Save the Hooch
|| Beginning in June, fans can purchase special tickets via the Save the Hooch campaign, and recieve an exclusive Braves/Save the Hooch T-shirt. $8 of every ticket sold goes to CRK via the campaign. Purchase tickets: www.braves.com/savethehooch
||Terminal West, Save the Hooch
||Terminal West will be donating a dollar of every SweetWater can sold at shows during the months of June and July to CRK.
||The Roswell Tap, Save the Hooch
The Roswell Tap will participate in the Save the Hooch campaign, donating 5 percent of their sales to the initiative, and thus CRK. Save the Hooch tees also will be on sale. (6 p.m. - 9 p.m.)
||End-of-Summer BBQ at Canoe Atlanta
||Canoe Atlanta will be hosting an end-of-summer event to benefit Chattahoochee Riverkeeper. SweetWater Brewing Company also is participating. Click here to register.
||CRK/CRNRA River Discovery Series #2
||Jones Bridge to Island Ford (9 miles). Beginning on one of the most scenic sections in the CRNRA, this journey on the Chattahoochee will be an easy, sunset paddle. River Otter and Osprey are occasionally spotted along this section. In addition to wildlife, enjoy late summer wildflowers.
||CRK/CRNRA River Discovery Series #3
||Johnson Ferry to Paces Mill (7 miles). Designed for beginners and advanced paddlers alike, the series consists of three trips running the length of the river within the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (CRNRA). Hosted by CRK in partnership with the CRNRA.
||Mountainfilm on Tour ATL
||This festival takes an innovative sampling of short films that will be curated from this year’s Mountainfilm in Telluride Film Festival with one mission in mind – to educate, inspire and motivate its audience. CRK is an event partner.
||20th Anniversary Gala
||Founded in 1994, CRK celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. During what is usually our Patron Dinner, CRK will host a special gala to commemorate two decades of service and dedication to environment. The event takes place at the InterContinental in Buckhead.
|10/17 - 10/19
||McIntosh Camp and Paddle Trip
|| Paddle one of the longest stretches of the Chattahoochee still untouched by bridges and river-front development below Atlanta from McIntosh Reserve in Carroll County to the U.S. 27 Bridge in Franklin - 21 miles. Recommended for experienced beginners who know basic strokes and bracing skills.