From Lake Lanier Association...
ANNUAL SHORELINE CLEANUP
Lake Lanier’s shorelines and coves can become littered with trash from those using it as well as being washed in during rain. Every time it rains, stormwater brings trash off roadsides into rivers and streams that make their way into Lake Lanier. LLA coordinates cleanups of Lake Lanier’s shoreline throughout the year with the largest event occurring annually on the last week in September. Over 34 years of Shore Sweep cleanups have removed 2.16 million pounds of trash and debris from Lake Lanier’s shorelines.
September 23, 2023
September 23, 2023 - Team Barefoot at LLA Shore Sweep
September 24, 2022
September 24, 2022 - Team Barefoot at LLA Shore Sweep
September 25, 2021
September 25, 2021 - Team Barefoot at LLA Shore Sweep
September 25, 2021 - Aerial drone footage courtesy of Angela & Scott Williams
September 14, 2019
Mike, Chris, Lee and Erin on Favored End for morning of wrangling old tires off of a local island shoreline.
Mike tirelessly loaded tires onto Favored End.
Favored End was the perfect vessel for transporting old tires.