The Chattooga River is the crown jewel of southern white water and has run through the American consciousness since the movie “Deliverance” thrust it into the national spotlight. But this National Wild and Scenic River is much more than the make-believe set of a suburbanite nightmare. People travel from all over the country to run its rapids, cast into its current for trout and hike the miles of trails that meander through thousands of acres of woods in the Chattooga watershed. One of the last free-flowing rivers in the Southeast, the river muscles fifty-seven miles through a southern deciduous forest with one of the highest levels of biodiversity in the country and is home to many species of rare wildflowers. Join author Laura Ann Garren as she describes the history and wonder of the real Chattooga River.
The Chattooga River: A Natural and Cultural History
By Laura Ann Garren
40 in stock
40 in stock
Laura Ann Garren
Laura Ann Garren was born in Clemson, South Carolina, near the Chattooga River. She earned a BA in English with a minor in Wildlife Biology, and an MA in English with a concentration in Environmental Literature, both at Clemson University.
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