A Georgia Where People and the Environment Thrive

Recent News

  • Land Conservation

    Former Georgia Conservancy President Pierre Howard looks back on his favorite victories for the Land Conservation Initiative  Read more>>
  • Advocacy

    During the 2015 Legislative Session, the Georgia Conservancy is working to restore the 25-foot salt marsh buffer along Georgia's coast.  Read more>>
  • Sustainable Growth

    This fall, our Sustainable Growth program is working with Georgia Tech on three new Blueprints for Successful Communities studios.  Read more>>

  • Coastal Georgia

    The Georgia Conservancy and partners are proud to announce the permanent protection of historic Ebenezer Crossing in Effingham County.  Read more>>
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    Stewardship Trips

    Our Top Ten Trips for 2015 are now open for registration! Sapelo Island, Cohutta Wilderness, Flint River - you choose!  Read More>>


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Calendar Of Events



April 11
Ochlockonee Paddle and Sweet Grass Dairy Tour
Paddle the Ochlockonee, tour Sweet Grass Dairy Farm and celebrate at the Sweet Grass Cheese Shop in Thomasville! All in one day!
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April 11
Generation Green Day of Service at Fernbank Forest
Join Generation Green and friends and help to restore Atlanta's great old-growth forest
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April 24-26
Three Rivers Paddle and Broxton Rocks Tour
Paddle with us on the three rivers - Ocmulgee, Oconee, Altamaha - and tour Broxton Rocks
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