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: Tour Guide Training at Broxton Rocks Preserve - CANCELLED

    Broxton Rocks Preserve
    (Broxton, near Douglas)
    October 01, 2016

    This event has been cancelled. Want to be one of our volunteer Broxton Rock Tour Guides? Come learn how to give a tour of this unique landscape. The forest area along the trail is being restored to longleaf pine and wiregrass and during your visit you will see sandst... Learn more

  • Connect With Nature: Broxton Rocks Fall Preserve Tours

    Broxton Rocks Preserve
    (Broxton, near Douglas)
    October 22, 2016 - November 05, 2016

    Come learn about this unique landscape during our tour led by one of our knowledgeable volunteer tour guides. The forest area along the trail is being restored to longleaf pine and wiregrass and during your visit you will see sandstone outcrops and blackwater streams... Learn more

  • Connect with Nature: Help the Hooch 2016

    Downtown Columbus
    Columbus, GA
    October 01, 2016

    Volunteer to work on The Nature Conservancy’s team and participate in Help the Hooch 2016 — the Southeast’s largest watershed clean-up event! Spend the morning helping us clean up litter along the banks of the Chattahoochee River in Columbus, Georgi... Learn more

  • Connect With Nature: Tour Heggie’s Rock Preserve

    Heggie's Rock Preserve
    (Appling, near Augusta)
    September 17, 2016 - October 01, 2016

    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: Tour Altama

    Near Darien, GA
    October 15, 2016

      Join us as we explore the flora, fauna and history of Altama — a new, important conservation land!  Altama features extensive tidal freshwater wetlands and pine flatwoods and provides substantial habitat for wildlife including Georgia’s offici... Learn more

  • Connect with Nature: Explore Conservation Work in Atlanta

    Exact meeting location coming soon
    October 15, 2016

    By protecting and restoring natural areas within cities, we can improve river quality and the water we drink. The Nature Conservancy is developing a plan to support the restoration and management of natural areas in Atlanta’s local watersheds.  Find out mo... 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

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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