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Field Trips and Events

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

Special Events

  • Connect With Nature in Atlanta!

    Atlanta, GA
    October 25, 2014

    Connect With Nature! The Nature Conservancy is teaming up with Trees Atlanta and Davidson-Arabia Mountain Nature Preserve to improve the health of our urban forests. Volunteer projects will include planting trees and grasses, cleaning up in park areas and removing de... Learn more

  • Heggie’s Rock Preserve Tours

    Heggie's Rock Preserve
    (Appling, near Augusta)
    September 20, 2014 - October 04, 2014

    Join us for tours of Heggie's Rock Preserve on September 20 and 27 and October 4. 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 R... Learn more

  • Broxton Rocks Preserve Tours

    Broxton Rocks Preserve
    (Broxton, near Douglas)
    October 11, 2014 - October 25, 2014

    Join us for tours of Broxton Rocks on October 11, 18 and 25. Visitiors to Broxton Rocks will see sandstone outcrops and blackwater streams along Rocky Creek, rolling longleaf pine-wiregrass woodlands and pitcherplant seepage bogs. This ... Learn more

Volunteer Opportunities

  • Volunteer Day at Black's Bluff Preserve

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

    November 15, 2014

    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 th... Learn more

  • Volunteer Day at Camp Meeting Rock

    Camp Meeting Rock
    (Heard County, near Franklin)
    October 04, 2014

    Help us maintain Camp Meeting Rock by removing harmful invasive plants like Chinese privet and Japanese honeysuckle and controlling populations of red fire ants. Camp Meeting Rock is one of the largest rock outcrop systems in the Georgia Piedmont. Significant feature... Learn more

  • Join Us!

    Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities in Georgia
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    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. Learn more

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