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26mar9:00 am12:00 pmSweep the Hooch - 2022

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Sweep the Hooch logoThe annual Sweep the Hooch is your chance to walk, wade, or paddle as we come together to clean up the river we all depend on.

Each year, hundreds of volunteers remove tons of trash from the Chattahoochee River and its tributaries as part of Sweep the Hooch. So many of us depend on this crucial resource for clean drinking water, beautiful recreational activities, and more. Please consider becoming a fundraiser or donating to support a trash-free Chattahoochee River.

Date: Sat, March 26, 2022

Time: 9 am – 12 noon

Cost: Free

For more info: Chattahoochee.org/sweep-the-hooch/

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(Saturday) 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Chattahoochee RiverkeeperMission: To ensure there’s enough clean water in the Chattahoochee River now and for future generations.Phone: 678-696-8866 Headwaters Office: 104 Washington Street SE, Gainesville, GA 30501

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