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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


  • Heggie’s Rock Preserve Tours

    Heggie's Rock Preserve
    (Appling, near Augusta)
    March 29, 2015 - October 03, 2015

    Join us for tours of Heggie's Rock Preserve this Spring and Fall. Heggie’s Rock Preserve spans some 101 acres in Columbia County, about 20 miles from Augusta in eastern Georgia. The preserve is near Little Kiokee Creek which joins the Savannah River about eight... Learn more


  • Broxton Rocks Preserve Tours

    Broxton Rocks Preserve
    (Broxton, near Douglas)
    April 25, 2015 - October 24, 2015

    Join us for tours of Broxton Rocks this Spring and Fall. Visitors to Broxton Rocks will see sandstone outcrops and blackwater streams along Rocky Creek, rolling longleaf pine-wiregrass woodlands and pitcherplant seepage bogs. This unique landscape featur... Learn more


  • Volunteer Work Party at Coosa Valley Prairies

    Coosa Valley Prairies
    (Floyd County, near Cave Spring)
    June 20, 2015

    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


  • Tour Guide Training at Broxton Rocks Preserve

    Broxton Rocks Preserve
    (Broxton, near Douglas)
    September 19, 2015

    Help us share the Broxton Rocks ecosystem with visitors by training to become a volunteer tour guide. A roaring waterfall rushing over rock ledges, cave-like crevices and 30-foot-high cliffs aren’t what normally come to mind when you think about Georgia’... Learn more


  • Tour Guide Training at Heggie’s Rock

    Heggie's Rock Preserve
    (Appling, near Augusta)
    September 12, 2015

    Help us share this the Heggie's Rock ecosystem with visitors by training to become a volunteer tour guide.    Heggie’s Rock Preserve spans some 101 acres in Columbia County, about 20 miles from Augusta in eastern Georgia. The preserve is near Li... Learn more


  • Volunteer Work party at Reed Branch Wet Meadow

    Reed Branch Wet Meadow Preserve
    (near Hiawassee)
    August 15, 2015

    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 Black's Bluff Preserve

    Black's Bluff Preserve
    (Floyd County, near Rome)

    July 18, 2015

    Help us protect rare limerock arrowood at Black's Bluff by removing invasives like porcelain berry, wisteria, privet and princess tree. Described as a massive natural rock garden, Black’s Bluff is a rich forest growing on a outcrop of ancient limestone along t... 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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