Chattahoochee Coldwater Fishery Foundation
|About the Foundation|
The Chattahoochee Coldwater Fishery Foundation was established in 1998 as a 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Foundation. It's original name was the Chattahoochee Cold Water Tailrace Fishery Foundation which was quite a mouthful to pronouce and remember so we changed to a new name in 2003.
The purpose of the organization is to assist in the preservation of the Chattahoochee River which has its headwaters in the North Georgia mountains, passes through Atlanta, and joins with the Flint River to form the Apalachicola River which goes on to flow into the Gulf of Mexico. The group's primary geographic focus begins at the River's headwaters in the north Georgia mountains and continues downstream to West Point Lake, encompassing more than 200 miles of the Chattahoochee River.
Specifically, the organization does the following:
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