Panola Mountain Cambium Hike
Panola Mountain State Park
Cambium Members of the Georgia Conservancy are invited to join Georgia Conservancy President Robert Ramsay and Georgia State Parks for a morning hike at Panola Mountain State Park. With the purchase of the 100-acre rock monadock and its surrounding property in 1967, Panola Mountain was one of the Georgia Conservancy's first conservation victories. Within a few years, the property was donated to the state and was established as Georgia's first conservation park with the goal of conserving its unique geological and ecological heritage.
Just miles from Downtown Atlanta in Rockdale County, Panola Mountain State Park is one of the state's most visited state parks. Learn more at: http://gastateparks.org/PanolaMountain
By participating in one of our Stewardship Trips, you are helping to support our year-round and statewide advocacy for the protection and conservation of Georgia's natural resources.
FrEE FOR GEORGIA CONSERVANCY CAMBIUM MEMBERS:
*Registration opens to Georgia Conservancy Cambium members on February 17 at 5 PM.
To begin your registration and/or join or renew as a Georgia Conservancy Cambium Member before registering, contact Georgia Conservancy Donor Relations Director Carden Barkley at email@example.com or Georgia Conservancy Communications Director Brian Foster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GEORGIA CONSERVANCY CAMBIUM MEMBERSHIP
Created in 1974 to distinguish those who are the staunchest supporters of Georgia's land and water. This membership level, starting at $250, is a nod to the Cambium layer of a tree - the layer which provides essential nutrients, allowing the tree to survive year after year. Cambium members provide that vitality to the Georgia Conservancy's work. Become a Cambium member of the Georgia Conservancy today!
Contact Georgia Conservancy Donor Relations Director Carden Barkley at email@example.com or (404) 876-2900 ext. 115 anytime for questions or details concerning your membership with the Georgia Conservancy.
If you have any questions about our Stewardship Trips Program or about any upcoming trip, please contact Georgia Conservancy Stewardship Trips Director Laura Buckmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org