The Georgia Conservancy was founded in 1967 to protect Georgia's natural resources for present and future generations by advocating sound environmental policies, advancing sustainable growth practices and facilitating common-ground solutions to environmental challenges.

Media inquiries:

Brian Foster
Communications Director
404-876-2900 ext. 104


Press Releases


Sweet Grass Dairy and the Georgia Conservancy Form Partnership

Georgia Conservancy Holds Annual Oyster Roast on the Coast

Georgia's Freshwater Turtles Protected

Georgia Conservancy Leads Weekend of Service on Cumberland Island


Blanks Honored at 2011 ecoBenefête

Blalock Promoted to General Counsel for the Georgia Conservancy

Speech By State Senator Carter Highlights Weekend of Fun and Education on Flint River


ePanorama (Released Monthly)


August ePano: ecoBenefete, Moreland, Land Conservation

May ePano: Tight Lines, VERDE!, Jekyll Island

March ePano: Membership Drive, Legislative Update, Coastal Tour

January ePano: Boyles Island, Legislative Updates, Oyster Roast


December ePano: Right whale returns, Jelks Conservation Easement

November ePano: Jelks Easement, Conservation Bills, End-Of-Year Giving

October ePano: ecoBenefete, Cannon's Point, Dr. Philip Greear

September ePano: Right Whale Ruling, ecoBenefete, Member Profile

August ePano: Ogeechee River, ecoBenefete, Flint River Adventure

July ePano: Conservancy Blog, Dawson Forest, Upcoming Trips

June ePano: Savannah Harbor, VERDE!, Upcoming Trips

May ePano: Ben Hill County Victory, VERDE!, Liam Rattray Memorial Service Project

March ePano: Two Days Until Oyster Roast!

February ePano: Freshwater Turtles Permanently Protected, 200 Acres Permanently Preserved

January ePano: Legislative Preview, 100 Acres Along the Toccoa River Protected

Coastal ePanorama (Released every 6 weeks)


January Coastal ePano: Right Whales, Oyster Roast, Jekyll Island


October Coastal ePano: Jekyll Island 65/35, Cannon's Point, Sapelo Island Service Weekend

September Coastal ePano: Sea Level Rise Studio, Ogeechee River, Save Water Drink Beer

July Coastal ePano: Ogeechee River, Sea Turtles, Ft. Pulaski and more.

May Coastal ePano: Savannah Harbor, Ossabaw Island, Ogeechee River Fish Kill

March Coastal ePano: Right Whale News, Deadhead Logging Sunk

February Coastal ePano: Oyster Roast, Right Whale News


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