The Chattahoochee River Conservancy was formed in 2010 with the mission of protecting and preserving the Chattahoochee River from West Point Lake to Lake Eufaula. From litter mitigation to outreach in schools to restoring an integral native plant species, our work dynamically supports our mission and consequently, supports a healthy, thriving local community. We know that a healthy river and community go hand in hand, and that the two cannot be exclusive. We also believe that a clean river is not a luxury, it’s a necessity. As a community intertwined with the Chattahoochee River watershed, we have the responsibility of protecting this magnificent natural resource for the benefit of all who rely on it every day, and for future generations.
As a local nonprofit 501c3 organization, our work has always been possible thanks to the donations and support of our community. As 2023 comes to an end and we prepare to continue our work in the new year, we are raising funds to cover program expenses to support the future of the Chattahoochee River, the tireless advocacy work of the CRC, and the local community. Today, we ask that you join with others who care about the Chattahoochee River and donate according to your ability. Even a small amount can make a big difference when we all come together.