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The beautiful and historical Savannah River was once called the "Isundiga River" by the Indians in theLower Savannah River Alliance Region.


The Savannah River is an important resource for both South Carolina and Georgia which can be enhanced and shared economically through nature-based tourism while protecting its natural beauty and uniqueness - the very things that make it so special and appealing.




The Lower Savannah Alliance will conduct a trail walk on its educational greenway on Highway 301 South, Burton’s Ferry Highway, in Allendale County. The walk will take place on Saturday, August 23. Please meet at the LSRA Educational Center (the old 301 Welcome Center) on Highway 301 South at 8:45 a.m. or at the second trail parking area on 301 South at 9 a.m.

We will be looking for birds, butterflies, spiders, wildflowers, trees and anything else that attracts our interest. Bring water, insect repellent, camera, and binoculars if you have them. Wear closed-toe shoes. Children who are interested in the outdoors are welcome, but pets are not. We will walk about 2-1/2 miles round-trip from the parking area to the river and return to the parking area around 11:30 a.m.

There is no charge for this event. For further information about the LSRA, visit our Web site at





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