Georgia's annual water cleanup, Rivers Alive, kicked off in Athens, Georgia, on Saturday, Oct. 20, at Sandy Creek Nature Center. Athens locals of all ages and college students gathered together to visit various sites around Athens-Clarke county to pick up trash and other miscellaneous items from inside and around the watersheds. Across Georgia, there were at least 3,965 volunteers and 136,955 pounds of trash collected as of Oct. 21, 2018, according to their website. 

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