A Georgia Where People and the Environment Thrive
MembershipJoin the Georgia Conservancy today and help to conserve Georgia's land and water! Read More>>
Land ConservationThe Georgia Conservancy is proud to announce the donation of a 19 acre island on Ebenezer Creek to the City of Springfield. Read more>>
AdvocacyThe Ogeechee Riverkeeper and King America Finishing have settled the case stemming from 2011's fish kill that left more that 35,000 fish dead on the Ogeechee River. Read more>>
Our Blueprints for Successful Communities program is working with communities on the coast to understand how to mitigate the effects of sea level rise. Read more>>
Coastal GeorgiaCoastal Tour 2013! This year, the Conservancy will host over 14 trips and events on Georgia's Coast - exposing hundreds to this national treasure. 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
Polar Bear Paddle on Chattahoochee Whitewater in Columbus
Cool off with this winter rafting adventure down the largest stretch of urban whitewater in the world!
Cumberland Island Sea Camp Adventure
Join the Conservancy as we experience beautiful, wild Cumberland Island from the lush Sea Camp.
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Cumberland Island Service Weekend
Join the Georgia Conservancy during the MLK holiday weekend for service work and adventure on exotic, remote Cumberland Island! (CURRENTLY SOLD OUT)