||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
||Green Roof Symposium
||Green Roofs for Healthy Cities will host this event at Southface in Atlanta. The focus is how to protect watersheds with sustainable building practices, including emerging green roof designs, effective investment polices and more.
||Save the Hooch Check Presentation
||Save the Hooch 2014 culminates on Sept. 17 with SweetWater Brewing Co. presenting CRK with a check from this year's fundraising efforts. Grab a seat at this game.
||Headwaters Hike in National Forest
||You are in for a treat as you join CRk staff for this 4.5-mile round-trip hike to see the spring that gives birth to the mighty Chattahoochee River.
||Gather your friends and co-workers for this annual cleanup event hosted by the Lake Lanier Association. More than 1,000 volunteers are expected.
||The 16th annual Visionary Dinner raises awareness and funding for Southface’s work in sustainable community development, green jobs training, clean energy and more.
||Orvis' Down the Hatch Film Festival
||Orvis is partnering with SweetWater to bring the Down the Hatch Film Festival to Terminal West. Pre-party will feature free food and beer. Show starts at 7:30 p.m.
||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.
||CRK Member Celebration
Our 20th Annual Member Celebration will be held 4 p.m. - 6 p.m., Nov. 14 at 5 Seasons Westside in Atlanta. Food and drinks (beer, wine and hors d'oeuvres) will be provided. This year's speaker will be Joe Cook, advocacy and communuication coordinator for Coosa River Basin Initiative.
||Connally Nature Park Volunteer Day
Help restore Connally Nature Park from 9am to 1pm. Located in the City of East Point, the park is home to ‘Hank Aaron’, the largest white oak tree in the state, and rare Pink Lady’s Slipper orchids. CRK is working in partnership with Trees Atlanta and East Point to remove invasive plants and trash, plant native vegetation and restore the banks of a tributary to Utoy Creek that flows through the park. For more information about the project and how to sign up, contact Juliet Cohen at email@example.com or by phone at (404) 352-9828 x. 13.