A Georgia Where People and the Environment Thrive
Land ConservationIn 2013, the Georgia Conservancy's Land Conservation Program helped to conserve more than 6,000 acres of land in Georgia, adding to our three-year total of 20,000-plus acres protected. Read more>>
AdvocacyWe are under the Gold Dome every day of the legislative session advocating for Georgia's natural resources and keeping you informed. Read more>>
Our Sustainable Growth program is working with communities across Georgia to tackle the question of where to site our schools. Read more>>
Coastal GeorgiaThe protection of Jekyll Island has long been a priority of the Georgia Conservancy. This jewel of Georgia's Coast as a bright future! Read more>>
Stewardship TripsFrom Cloudland Canyon to Cumberland Island, the Conservancy leads trips to the most exciting places in Georgia. Check out our 2014 Calendar! Read More>>
The Georgia Conservancy strives to protect Georgia's natural resources by advocating sound environmental policies, advancing sustainable growth practices and facilitating common-ground solutions to environmental challenges.
Become a member of, or continue your membership with, an organization with a more than 45-year history of protecting Georgia's natural resources.
Calendar Of Events
Three Rivers Paddle
Ocmulgee, Oconee, Altamaha. Explore the confluence of these three great heartland rivers!
Kennesaw Mountain Cambium Birding
Join the Georgia Conservancy for a migratory bird hike at Kennesaw Mountain with Giff Beaton, renowned birder and author of Birding Georgia and The Birds of Kennesaw Mountain.
Ogeechee River Paddle and Ossabaw Tour
Explore the Ogeechee River, camp at Ft. McAllister State Park and tour remote Ossabaw Island. All in one trip!