It’s time to get together again. Friends, supporters, board members, aspiring paddlers, seasoned travelers and usual suspects of the Alabama Scenic River Trail are all invited to convene with us at our four quarterly meetings in the four corners of the state, figuratively speaking.
All meetings begin at 10:30 on the first Monday or each quarter beginning in February, unless otherwise noted in the rare exception. They are over at noon or thereabouts, with a customary Dutch lunch afterwards (Note: sometimes we get lucky and food is provided).
Monday, February 4th is a special meeting where ASRT members will be voting on officers at the Selma Library.
In May, our meeting will be in Phenix City on Monday the 6th, just in time to preview the worlds largest in-town whitewater course a month before it officially opens. Of course a tour of the facility will be part of your visit. If you haven’t checked in on this amazing project, you won’t believe your eyes and ears.
August will see us in Demopolis on the 5th. We love Demopolis and its history and birding, and we love the wonderful US Army Corps of Engineers parks that make possible all the activities to be found at the confluence of the Black Warrior and the Tombigbee.
In November, we’ll be in Oneonta, near the beloved Locust Fork. If you haven’t seen what this river has to offer, come check it out as we work with the city to develop access on this rollicking waterway.
Just check our front page at www.asrt.me to keep up with the dates and specifics.
Image courtesy Alabama Scenic River Trail