Fresh air to breathe. Clean water to drink and healthy food to eat. Wild places to connect with nature. This is Georgia for Generations.
Biggest city to smallest town, Georgia’s natural abundance connects us, and our rich natural resources support everyone who lives and works across the state.
The Nature Conservancy is the world’s leading conservation organization. In Georgia, we measure our success on the promise of tomorrow. Our scientists and staff have worked for decades to maintain and improve our state’s woods, waters and coast, and the Georgia for Generations Campaign was designed to ensure that future generations will have the chance to chase lightening bugs, splash in cool streams, and prosper from the richness of our state’s natural heritage.
We are proud to announce the successful completion of the Georgia for Generations campaign.
Meet the leaders who have helped make our Georgia for Generations campaign a success.
The Conservancy has worked on the Georgia coast for decades. Read about the mighty Altamaha, the force that feeds our coast.
Our work on the Etowah River and other waterways in the Upper Coosa River Basin is designed to help communities plan for a more sustainable future.
Stone outcrops shaped over centuries, rare plants and animals and longleaf pine define this unusual landscape in south Georgia. Find out why we are working so hard to protect it.