The 9 a.m.-to-1 p.m. outing takes off from Panola Shoals at the intersection of Panola and Snapfinger roads in Lithonia.
Boaters will row 5.5 miles to Klondike Road while experiencing the natural beauty of South River and learning about the issues affecting the river, which runs 14.5 miles through south DeKalb County.
This is the alliance’s second recreational/educational boat trip down the river. In April, eight canoes carried more than a dozen people down the river.
Space is limited for the July 21 excursion and reservations are required. For cost and reservations, contact Jackie Echols at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-285-3756.