The Nature Conservancy is a big organization with a big vision. We work in the most critical places so that we can have a lasting impact. Nowhere is that more true than right here in Georgia. For decades, committed supporters like you have helped us protect more than 317,000 acres, safeguard the rivers that traverse our state and care for our envied coast.
We are proud to announce the successful completion of the Georgia for Generations campaign.
From helping the Ohio chapter’s government relations team to improving the volunteer program in Georgia, Namrata has proven herself capable, dedicated and unwavering in her support.
The Conservancy and partners are restoring the Upper Coosa River watershed one step at a time.
Find Them in Georgia! The horseshoe crab has survived for 445 million years--longer than even the cockroach!
Stuck indoors? Grab some apple cider, put on a scarf and check out these beautiful fall photos!
Do you associate the Georgia coast with relaxing days on the beach? It certainly can offer respite and recreation. But the Atlantic Ocean is a busy place – find out why!
Do you know where your favorite wool pullover comes from? See behind-the-scenes during a photo shoot that documented our collaboration with sheep ranchers in Patagonia.
Photographer Rich Reid's cameras rolled for two months at Moody Forest Preserve to capture regrowth of the longleaf pine habitat after a controlled burn.
Floodplains – or relatively flat areas that border a river and are prone to flooding – are some of the most valuable places on Earth, both for people and wildlife.
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