The Georgia Conservancy has a long history of advocating for the protection and conservation of Georgia's natural resources at the local, state and federal levels.
Our advocacy team has decades of experience in state politics and is dedicated to using the political process to help protect our state's precious natural resources. We're at the state capitol every day of the legislative session pushing for conservation-minded bills and fighting against legislation that would roll back advancements we've already made.
The Georgia Conservancy’s advocacy work doesn’t stop at the capitol steps. We’re working year-round on key issues such as transportation, energy, water resources, land conservation and development to make Georgia a place where people and the environment thrive.
There were wins and losses throughout 2016's exciting legislative session – a session that did not disappoint when it came to last-minute bills, late-night votes and back-and-forth amendments. Pipelines, transit expansion and conservation tax credits were all debated. Click here to read our recap of the 2016 Legislative Session
Finding Common Ground: Learn more about how we advocate under the Gold Dome and across the state from Georgia Conservancy Advocacy Director Leah Dixon.
Click here for a comprehensive list of Georgia's elected representatives in the General Assembly.
Learn more about the Georgia Conservancy's Conservation Policies
If you have any questions about our Advocacy Program or would like to learn more, please contact Georgia Conservancy Advocacy Director Leah Dixon at email@example.com.