From Canoe & Kayak Magazine:
See below for the rest of the story inaugurating the Lower Mississippi River Water Trail.
February is Friends of the Sunflower River Month! General Annual Membership Meeting Saturday, February 19th, 12noon - 1pm, Quapaw Canoe Company headquarters at 289 Sunflower Avenue in Downtown Clarksdale (3rd & Sunflower). Refreshments served.
Announcing the kickoff of the 1Mississippi Southern Region Campaign. Become a River Citizen and help us better respect & take care of our river, the lifeblood of this nation, the soul of this continent.
For a close-up look at the realities on our life-giving river -- Adventurer Brett Rogers Old Man River film promo can now be viewed on vimeo: http://vimeo.com/19285190 -- a teaser leading up to his much-anticipated documentary narrated by Les Stroud.
Calling all Paddlers, Scouts, Venturers, Scout Leaders, Camp Counselors, Outdoor Groups & Clubs, Youth Leaders, Backpackers, Outdoor Retailers: Leave no Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics will be holding a 2-day Trainer Course at Quapaw Canoe Company in Helena on March 5-6, 2011. Contact John Ruskey email@example.com or 662-902-7841 for more info.
Special thanks to Jeff Moag (Editor-in-Chief) Dave Shively (Managing Editor) and Robert Zaleski (Art Director) for their attention to the Lower Mississippi River. Anyone who loves the water, loves oceans, and loves rivers and the vessels that are made to paddle on them should subscribe to Canoe & Kayak Magazine, where you can read about REAL people having REAL adventures! http://www.canoekayak.com/