Issue 8: Winter 2015 Newsletter

It’s cold outside, but this newsletter is HOT off the press! 

In this issue:
Toxic Waste in the Coosa River
Coosa Canoe & Kayak Fishing Tournament
Welcome New Board Members
2014: By the Numbers

Thank you for your interest in our work and caring about the Coosa!

Your Friends in River Conservation,
Justinn & Frank

The Kiser Family is ready for the 2015 Coosa Canoe & Kayak Tournament

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