A Georgia Where People and the Environment Thrive


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  • Land Conservation

    In 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>>
  • Advocacy

    We are under the Gold Dome every day of the legislative session advocating for Georgia's natural resources and keeping you informed.  Read more>>
  • Sustainable Growth

    Our Sustainable Growth program is working with communities across Georgia to tackle the question of where to site our schools.  Read more>>

  • Coastal Georgia

    The 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>>
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    Stewardship Trips

    From Cloudland Canyon to Cumberland Island, the Conservancy leads trips to the most exciting places in Georgia. Check out our 2014 Calendar!  Read More>>

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Calendar Of Events

 

April 29
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.
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May 1
Green Eggs & Ham
Generation Green presents: A morning environmental roundtable with gubernatorial candidates John Barge, Jason Carter and David Pennington.
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May 16-18
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!
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