Our Mission Is To Protect & Conserve Georgia’s Natural Resources Through Advocacy, Engagement & Collaboration.
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This November, we have a historic opportunity to pass Amendment One to protect our waters and lands by constitutionally dedicating funds for conservation - without raising any taxes or creating new fees.
The Georgia Conservancy does not believe that allowing oil and gas drilling in Georgia’s offshore waters is in the best interests of our state or nation. The risks far outweigh the reward.
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 is under the Gold Dome every day of the Legislative Session advocating for the protection of Georgia's land and water. Learn more about the measures that we worked on in 2018.
As part of a CNU Legacy Project, the Georgia Conservancy and partners worked with community members in Brunswick to envision a sustainable future for city’s Norwich Street Corridor.
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 October 6-7, join the Georgia Conservancy and REI for women-focused outdoor classes and a campout at Unicoi State Park.
Join the Georgia Conservancy's on October 19-21 for a weekend of service work and exploration on Sapelo Island.