Amos' Odyssey--200 Miles, 3 Rivers, 1 Goal

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Benefiting Coosa River Basin Initiative

On Aug. 25, Coosa River Basin Initiative Program Coordinator, Amos Tuck, will embark on a 200-mile adventure from the headwaters of the Conasauga River in the Cohutta Wilderness of North Georgia to Weiss Lake in Alabama.

Traveling by foot and by canoe, Amos will explore the Conasauga, Oostanaula and Coosa rivers for 22 days, discovering the heart of North America's most bioloigcally diverse river basin.

You can join the journey through special events and by following Amos' Odyssey online at the CRBI Musselhead Blog where you can read about the rivers and see photos and video of the journey.

Amos has set a goal of raising $5000 for river protection and generating 150 new CRBI members.

You can support Amos' Odyssey, become a CRBI member and qualify for a raffle to win a new kayak from Cedar Creek Park by making an online donation through this fundraising event page.

Make a Donation of $35 and you receive...

1. A Year's Membership in CRBI

2. 5 Raffle Tickets to Win the New Cedar Creek Park Kayak

3. The opportunity to join Amos for a portion of the Odyssey

Increase your support and increase your chances to win the kayak!

Donations of $40 receive 10 Raffle Tickets

Donations of $60 receive 15 Raffle Tickets

Donations of $80 receive 20 Raffle Tickets

And, Donations of $100 or more receive 25 Raffle Tickets