Our Mission Is To Protect & Conserve Georgia’s Natural Resources Through Advocacy, Engagement & Collaboration.


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The Total Conservation Picture

Found within our state lines, whether by providence or foresight, is an incredible bounty of natural resources. A bounty to be measured not by the monetary riches that it can create, but by the lasting nourishment that it can provide our diverse citizens and our state's spectrum of flora and fauna. We've fought for these resources –our land and our waters - for nearly 50 years and we are excited to fight for another 50.


What We Do

The Georgia Conservancy's five programmatic areas work throughout the state to advance our mission and conserve Georgia's land and water. Learn more.

Firelight at SweetWater Brewing

Join us on November 19 for our annual celebration of the Georgia Conservancy's Stewardship Trips ProgramFirelight introduces new folks to the work that we are doing across the state to share Georgia's most precious natural places and advocate for their stewardship and protection. 

Hurricane Recovery Project at GA State Parks

Join The Georgia Conservancy, Georgia State Parks and The Department of Natural Resources for a Hurricane Recovery Service Project at Ft. McAllister State Park and Skidaway Island State Park on October 29. The goal of the service work is to help the campgrounds at both state parks re-open.

Good Urbanism 101

The 10 Lessons of Designing Cities on October 25 is a free seminar that focuses on the history, principles and current practices of urban design.

East Palisades Day Hike

On October 29, join the Georgia Conservancy and friends for a day hike at the Chattahoochee National Recreation Area's East Palisades Trail.

Georgia Conservation Summit

The Georgia Conservancy and partners convene at the first annual Georgia Conservation Summit in Macon on November 10.

Where We Stand



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