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


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Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Act

The Georgia Conservancy and partners are working to ensure that Georgia has a long-term, sustainable source of dedicated funding for land conservation and the acquisition and management of critical acres. 

Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration

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.

Cumberland 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.

Legislative Update

The Georgia Conservancy will be 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 are working on in 2018

Milton Greenspace

The Georgia Conservancy is working with leadership in the City of Milton in Fulton County to prioritize properties that could add additional acres to the city's conservation land and greenspace. 


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.

Banff Mountain Film Fest

On March 17 & 18, join the Georgia Conservancy and REI at Georgia Tech's Ferst Center for the Arts for the annual Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour in Atlanta.

Bike & Brew with REI

Join the Georgia Conservancy and REI on March 10 at the Chattahooochee River National Recreation Area's Sope Creek and at Sweetwater Brewing for our first ever Bike & Brew!

Altamaha River Paddle

Join the Georgia Conservancy on March 23-25 for our annual two-day exploration of the Lower Altamaha River.

Blood Mountain Day Hike

On the morning of March 31, join us for a day hike along the Appalachian Trail to the summit of Blood Mountain.

Lower Flint River Paddle

On April 12-14, join the Georgia Conservancy for a two-day adventure on the Lower Flint River near Newton, Georgia.

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