Our Mission Is To Protect & Conserve Georgia’s Natural Resources Through Advocacy, Engagement & Collaboration.
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Today, the increasingly natural state of Cumberland is under threat, as the owners of these 1,000 acres have requested a rezoning of private land on the island that could allow for the construction of dozens of homes.
Through the support of members and friends, we were afforded the opportunity by REI and the National Park Service to restore Cumberland Island National Seashore's system of backcountry trails.
The Georgia Conservancy "50 for 50" Fundraising Drive! We're looking for 50 people with a Georgia Conservancy story and a pledge to raise $1,000. Will you step up as a Georgia Conservancy Storyteller?
We're teaming up with Atlanta-based Rheos Gear, to promote Georgia's wonderful water resources thru GC-branded floating sunglasses, a state-wide photography contest and a coffee table book!
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.
On May 12-14, explore the Altamaha at the confluence of the Ocmulgee and Oconee Rivers and join the Georgia Conservancy for our second 2017 Tent Revival!
Join us SW Georgia to explore the blue holes of the aptly-named Spring Creek, a unique tributary of the Flint River, on June 2-4 with the Georgia Conservancy.