The Nature Conservancy is the leading conservation organization working around the world to protect ecologically important lands and waters for nature and people.
The Nature Conservancy has worked in Georgia for more than four decades, infusing science into efforts to safeguard our rivers, forests and coast, ensuring that clean air, abundant water and resources to drive our economy and maintain our way of life endure.
It's thanks to the support of people like you, along with who we are and how we work, that has made the Conservancy so successful — and makes us optimistic that we can meet the challenges ahead.
Check here often to see The Nature Conservancy’s latest work to protect Georgia’s woods, waters and coast.
What happens when students from Montana travel to south Georgia to learn about fire? It gets pretty hot! Learn more about the Georgia burn
Prescribed fire can help keep our forests healthy. Meet Diamond Coles, a student at Arabia Mountain High in Lithonia, Georgia and LEAF intern, and hear how she became a fan of fire.
Have you read your latest Nature Conservancy magazine? Don’t miss an amazing feature story about our decades of effort to protect the Altamaha and an essay by President Jimmy Carter.
New ideas are saving billions of gallons of water to help farmers and endangered wildlife. Learn how your dinner table is linked to the Flint.