Our conservation policies provide the Georgia Conservancy with the tools to proactively and confidently approach conservation and sustainability issues that affect our natural resources and influence the lives of Georgians.
READ THE Georgia Conservancy's Conservation Policies
A healthy, resilient and diverse coastal ecosystem that can endure natural and human disturbances, an economy that offers diverse options including healthy, sustainable nature-based businesses such as commercial fishing and recreation-based tourism, and responsible planning for growth and conservation of sensitive coastal lands. Learn more >>
Protection and conservation of our precious natural places, sustainable growth solutions for communities large and small, benefits for private land owners seeking to conserve their lands, maintenance of beneficial and existing conservation regulations, and a dedicated source of funding for state land conservation. Learn more >>
Earth’s changing climate is one of Georgia’s most significant long-term environmental challenges. The Georgia Conservancy is therefore committed to the development and promotion of policies and practices that lessen the adverse impacts on the environment that contribute to climate change. Learn more >>