If you live in Georgia, I don't need to tell you that it's raining. We've had three river flow peaks above 20,000 cubic feet per second (cfs) at the Jackson USGS gauge since January 18. I've learned that many floodplain areas adjacent to the Ocmulgee in…

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Flow vs Trail Access

I've been curious about how certain Ocmulgee River flowrates corresponded to various flooding conditions along the River. I've still got a lot to learn, but the recent 4.5 inches of rain gave me some good data points. First of all, at the peak 25,000 cubic feet…

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Fall work

In the past couple of months, Boomerang Trail has been brought back into great shape, and Coondog Trail is almost back into shape to make a loop on the south side of Hwy 83. The River South and River 1099 sections of trail are in good…

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