Georgia

Field Trips and Events

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Special Events


  • Connect With Nature: Heggie’s Rock Preserve Tours

    Heggie's Rock Preserve
    (Appling, near Augusta)
    April 01, 2017 - April 15, 2017

    There is no denying Heggie’s Rock is unusual. It happens to be one of the finest remaining examples of a Piedmont flat rock outcrop. But even that description doesn’t capture what it’s like to experience it in person, so join us on a tour of this Na... Learn more


  • Connect with Nature: Seed Collection

    Moody Forest Natural Area
    Douglas County
    November 4, 2017

    Spend the day gathering seeds in the home of the red-cockaded woodpecker, gopher tortoise, eastern indigo snake, and Swainson’s warbler. Perhaps you will hear the call of wild turkeys as you enjoy lunch while sunshine filters through dogwoods and basket oaks, t... Learn more


  • Connect With Nature: Volunteer at Camp Meeting Rock

    Camp Meeting Rock
    (Heard County, near Franklin)
    September 23, 2017

    Help us protect lichen and moss covered rock, vernal pools and vegetated soil islands in this home to sandy oak, pine and hickory forests by removing invasive species like Chinese privet at Camp Meeting Rock in Heard County, Georgia. Enjoy lunch at this preserve&rsqu... Learn more


  • Connect With Nature: Volunteer at Reed Branch Wet Meadow

    Reed Branch Wet Meadow Preserve
    (near Hiawassee)
    June 17, 2017

    Help us protect rare moths and federally endangered green pitcher plants at Reed Branch Wet Meadow Preserve by removing oriental bittersweet multiflora rose and Chinese Privet. We will also move brush piles and alter an agricultural ditch. Enjoy lunch among the feder... Learn more


  • Volunteer at Coosa Valley Prairies

    Coosa Valley Prairies
    (Floyd County, near Cave Spring)
    May 20, 2017

    Help us protect native prairies and many rare plants by restoring the Wet Prairie, removing invading hardwoods, restoring light to rare herbs, and preparing the site for controlled burns. Enjoy lunch while listening for a beautiful songster, the Bachman’s sparr... Learn more


  • Easter Open House at Broxton Rocks Preserve

    Broxton Rocks Preserve
    Douglas, Georgia
    April 16, 2017

    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’s coastal plain, but Broxton Rocks Preserve isn’t just any place. Unique elements make it both a ... Learn more


  • Connect With Nature at Black's Bluff Preserve

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

    April 08, 2017

    Help us protect plants like the Georgia rockcress, large-flowered skullcap, limerock arrowwood, and three-flowered Hawthorne by removing invasive species at Black’s Bluff. We’ll work to maintain the two trails that wind through the preserve, each of which... 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


  • Connect With Nature: Tour Guide Training at Heggie’s Rock Preserve

    Heggie's Rock Preserve
    (Appling, near Augusta)
    March 18, 2017

    There is no denying Heggie’s Rock is unusual. It happens to be one of the finest remaining examples of a Piedmont flat rock outcrop. But even that description doesn’t capture what it’s like to experience it in person. We need volunteer tour guides i... Learn more


Thank you for your interest in volunteering for The Nature Conservancy. Currently there are no volunteer opportunities available. Please check back soon for upcoming events.

 

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