Our Soque River Watershed
The Soque River Watershed Association (SRWA) works to protect and restore the Soque River, its tributaries and watershed. We're a a nonprofit, membership supported organization made up of individuals, institutions and businesses interested in the preservation and protection of the Soque River watershed.
To keep up with our long list of projects and events sign up for our SOQUE BULLETIN
e-newsletter. Just look under the SOQUE RIVER LOVER canoeist and you can subscribe with just your name and email. If you have any special interests please let us know by clicking on the Soque River Lover to send us an e-mail.
SRWA - LATEST NEWS
FALL SOQUE CELEBRATION
will be held Saturday, October 24, 2015
at Roland's on the River
Join us for a fun night of music, food, silent auction, bucket raffle,
craft beer, wine and camaraderie all at a beautiful river venue!
SOQUEE RIVER DAYS
You can still submit your experiences on the SOQUE for consideration in a book to be published sometime in the year or so.
For Details visit the
New Interactive Soque
|You can help Keep Habersham Beautiful
by considering ADOPTING A ROAD
The SRWA seeks volunteers to adopt a new section and/or to assist current adopt a road sponsors
Check out the map of all ADOPT A ROAD participants
and read about the ADOPT A ROAD program
THANKS to the SERVICE of these individuals,
organizations and families!
|The Soque River Watershed Association recently assumed the former programs of the Keep Habersham Beautiful organization such as cleanups, the adopt a road program, and recycling and trash reduction efforts. We've added a page to our website where you can get information on projects under the KHB PROGRAM such as the location of our County recycling facilities (including hours and what can be recycled), a fruit orchard project funded by Keep Georgia Beautiful, information on composting, and our "in the works" project to launch a REUSABLE CUP project. Check it out.|
We now post our most recent news and photos to FACEBOOK . We hope you'll LIKE the SRWA.