Register for Paddling for Preservation!

Join us on Sunday, October 26 for our Fall Fundraiser, Paddling for Preservation!

Land Trust for Louisiana and Canoe & Trail Adventures co-host the Fourth Annual Tangipahoa Canoe/Kayak Trip. Treat yourself to a day of relaxation and floating down the classic gulf coast stream and feel good knowing you’ve helped save a bit of Louisiana!

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Fall 2014 Prices:
$40 Single
$65 Double
$75 Family
Fall 2014 Bring your Own Canoe/Kayak prices:
$20 single
$30 Double
$40 Family

 

*** PLEASE NOTE***

To receive the two paddlers discount, one person must checkout both paddlers under one reservation.
The total will show the correct amount of $65

To register, simply go to the Canoe and Trail Adventures website.

This paddle outing is an fundraising event for the Land Trust for Louisiana (LTL), the region’s premiere organization focused on preserving and protecting valuable natural areas and agricultural lands of Louisiana for current and future generations. Meet us at 9:00 a.m. in Independence – take out will be downstream in mid-afternoon. Bring a sack-lunch and cold drink! Biologists and naturalists will be on hand to point out and describe the flora and fauna along the tour. Refreshments will be provided at the end of the journey at Pine Knoll Farm.

All participants will be required to sign Canoe and Trail Adventures liability waiver before paddling.  The waiver can be viewed at www.canoeandtrail.com/resources

Driving Directions: Proceed to Independence, La, exit onto LA 40 from I 55 and proceed east through the town and across the bridge Tangipahoa River. Look for LTL signs to designate you have arrived to the departure destination!

 

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