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- Altamaha Riverkeeper
- Canoochee Riverkeeper
- Center for a Sustainable Coast
- Clean Coast
- Coastal Georgia Audubon Society (St. Simons)
- Georgia Conservancy: Coastal Office
- Georgia DNR Coastal Resources Division
- Georgia Historical Society
- Georgia Sierra Club: Coastal Group
- Georgia Sierra Club: Southeast Georgia Conservation Group
- Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary
- Leconte-Woodmanston Foundation
- Mulberry Grove Foundation, Inc
- Oatland Island Foundation
- Ogeechee Audubon Society
- Ossabaw Island Foundation
- Satilla Riverkeeper
- Savannah National Wildlife Refuge
- Savannah Ogeechee Canal Society
- Savannah Recycles
- Savannah River Archaeological Research Program
- Savannah Riverkeeper
- Savannah Tree Foundation
- Skidaway Institute of Oceanography
- Southern Alliance for Clean Energy
- Tybee Island Marine Science Center
- Wild Garden Project
- Wilderness-Southeast
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Name:Satilla Riverkeeper
About Us:The Satilla Riverkeeper provides a voice for waterways and our communities. We champion clean water and strong communities. We are working to restore and protect the habitat, water quality and flow of our waterways.


A Satilla River, its tributaries, and its terrestrial watershed that support healthy fisheries, safe swimming, diverse wildlife populations, superb recreational opportunities, a stable water supply, and sustainable human economic activity throughout the basin.


1. One hundred percent compliance among public and private activities within the Satilla River watershed with state/federal clean water laws and regulations.

2. A detailed knowledge of the structure and function of the Satilla River watershed ecological system, including long-running tabulations, archival, and analysis of key parameters that will allow responsive monitoring of the state of “health” of the system.

3. A high level of awareness among the general public, local governing bodies, and local business interests in the basin of the state of the Satilla River, the effect of their activities on the quality of the Satilla River system, and the importance of the Satilla River and its tributaries to their way and quality of life.

Contact:Gordon Rogers
- email: grogers1@btconline.net
- phone: 912-223-6761


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