Coosa Riverkeeper events are back and better than ever!

Kellypalooza | October 29-30, 2022 | Good Music. Dirty Hippies. Clean Water.

Kellypalooza is our annual music festival in Ohatchee, AL on the banks of a Logan Martin creek. Come support clean water and listen to some rockin’ live music on the farm with us! Come listen to 6 bands, check out vendors, food trucks, camping and more! You won’t want to miss this awesome event. VIP area available with tastings, food, survival kits, and more!

When: October 29-30

Where: Ohatchee, AL

Get tickets here!

Lovelight Farm Chili Cookoff - Benefitting Coosa Riverkeeper | November 11, 2022

Help us celebrate Clean Water with a Chili Cook Off – benefitting Coosa Riverkeeper at Lovelight Farm!

Celebrate Clean Water at Lovelight Farm’s Chili Cook-Off on November 11, 2022 – featuring The Stolen Faces!

Cook up your favorite pot of chili and bring it on over to Lovelight Farm, a local certified naturally grown farm in Wilsonville, AL!

Bring your family and friends and come listen to live music from The Stolen Faces, tour the farm, and eat a variety of chili – all for Clean Water & benefitting Coosa Riverkeeper!

Tickets include: bringing a pot of chili (just let us know if you plan to do this), eating chili, enjoying live music by The Stolen Faces, going on farm tours, and more!

Be sure to bring chairs, blankets, and BYOB!

WHEN: November 11, 2022 @ 5:00PM — 10:00PM Central Time

WHERE: Lovelight Farm: 5562 Highway 55 Wilsonville, AL 35186 

SCHEDULE:

5:00 – 6:30 | CHILI DROP OFF & FARM TOURS

7:00 – 8:30 | EATING, VOTING, AND MUSIC BY THE STOLEN FACES

8:30 | CHILI COOK OFF WINNERS ANNOUNCED

9:00 – 10:00 | MUSIC BY THE STOLEN FACES

 

GET TICKETS HERE! We can’t wait to see you there!

We want 100 kids to put down their screens and pick up fishing rodsHelp us reach out $10,000 goal for Giving Tuesday!

Many folks have memories of learning how to fish from a family member or a camp. These days kids and families might not know where to start when it comes to learning how to cast, catch, and cook fish from the river. During our clinics, we will work with kids in an experiential learning style with casting lessons, discussion on responsible recreation on the river, and explain how to reduce exposure to potentially harmful contaminants through live cooking demonstrations.