Georgia

Field Trips and Events

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Check out these opportunities to meet others who care about Georgia’s natural resources.


Special Events


  • Volunteer Work Party at Flat Shoals Creek

    Flat Shoals Creek Easement
    (North of Columbus, GA)
    September 17, 2016

    BYO picnic, gloves, water, and water shoes! Get your feet wet on a summer day as we remove invasive mimosa from along the creek banks. Register Now To learn more about volunteer opportunities contact tncgeorgia@tnc.org or call 404-873-6946. Learn more


  • Volunteer Work party at Reed Branch Wet Meadow

    Reed Branch Wet Meadow Preserve
    (near Hiawassee)
    July 16, 2016

    Help us protect rare moths and federally endangered evergreen pitcher plants at Reed Branch Wet Meadow Preserve by removing oriental bittersweet, multiflora rose and Chinese Privet.  This mountain seep community is unique because it is home to a large number of... Learn more


  • Volunteer Work Party at Coosa Valley Prairies

    Coosa Valley Prairies
    (Floyd County, near Cave Spring)
    June 25, 2016

    Help us protect native prairies and many rare plants by removing European field weeds. The Coosa Valley Prairies site is a series of about a dozen 1-3-acre barrens surrounded by savannas, woodlands and streamside forests. These unique communities support plants that... Learn more


  • Join Us!

    Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities in Georgia

    Volunteering with The Nature Conservancy is a great way to develop lasting friendships and have a lot of fun while helping us care for some of Georgia’s most important places. Volunteer events are listed under the Events tab on the Field Trips and Events. Ongoi... Learn more


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