A Scavenger Hunt Through Georgia's Interconnected Water System
Water is a basic building block and necessity for all life. It is essential for agricultural, industrial, and household use for basic human health and economic development. Caring for water and water systems is vital to make sure we have enough to use to drink, grow crops, support fishing, support tourism, and mitigate storm and drought damage.
Organizations throughout Georgia have joined together to provide a way for all of us to learn how we are all connected to each other and to life-giving water. Join us for a journey (and maybe some fun prizes) around Georgia.
There are 11 unique sites. Some are entirely virtual. All can be completed online. But many stops contain information about how you can visit in-person.
Each stop is an individual Google Form, and all can be found on the passport page.
Those that complete all stops, virtually, qualify for a chance to win prizes.
2022 Scavenger Hunt to the Sea Deatails
Journey Begins: May 26, 2022
Journey Ends: Sept 6, 2022
Stops and Partners Are:
- Fulton County Library System
- Ocean's of Possibilities
- Georgia Adopt a Stream
- Confluence of the Little River and Withlachochee River
- Soque River
- Georgia River Network
- GA Water Trail Network
- Protect the Okefenokee Swamp
- Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary
- Sapelo Island Visitor's Center & Gray's Reef
- Okefenokee Swamp Park and Adventures
- Visit the Okefenokee
- SMART Sea Level Sensors
- Turner Creek Sensor
- West Atlanta Watershed Alliance (WAWA)
- Cascade Springs Nature Preserve
- Jennie Drake Park
- Proctor Creek Greenway
Thank you to our Sponsor REI
We'd like to thank our friends at Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary for inspiring this idea with their "Voyage Around Savannah." Kudos to their amazing intern, Taylor.