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


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Legislative Update

We're under the Gold Dome every day of the Legislative Session working to forward bills that will protect our natural resources and fighting against legislation that will roll back environmental protections. 

Stay-tuned for our weekly updates from the Capitol during the 2017 Session.

White Paper - School Siting

Walkability. Livability. Community character and stability. Strategic school siting can have far-reaching benefits. Just like our roads and bridges, schools are public infrastructure and we all should have an interest in their impacts.

The Georgia Conservancy is addressing the need for better school siting.

Cumberland Island Trail Map

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.

Today, we present to you the finished product: 100% open, safe trails and a detailed downloadable GPS map of the island!


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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.

Family Reunion & REI 5k / 10k

We're getting the family back together! On April 1st, the Georgia Conservancy invites you to our 50th Anniversary Family Reunion and REI 5k / 10K at Sweetwater Creek State Park.

Altamaha Paddle & Tent Revival

March 24-26 marks our Altamaha River Paddle & Tent Revival. Join us as we paddle Georgia's "Little Amazon" and celebrate conservation on the river.

Ochlockonee River Paddle

Paddle the lush Ochlockonee near Thomasville, Georgia on April 7-9 and visit our friends at Sweet Grass Dairy on this South Georgia adventure!

Lower Flint River Paddle

On April 14-16, join the Georgia Conservancy for our annual paddle and farm tour on the Lower Flint River at Rocky Bend Retreat near Newton, Georgia.

Augusta Canal Day Paddle

Join the Georgia Conservancy and friends on April 22 as we explore the Historic Augusta Canal, one of Georgia's most unique working waterways.

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