Conservation at Nature's Scale
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 300,000 acres, safeguard the rivers that traverse our state and care for our envied coast.
News and Events
Did you know that fewer than two percent of Americans are farmers? How can we partner with the agricultural community to ensure a sustainable future for our food supply and natural resources? Meet Casey Cox, a sixth generation Georgia farmer who is blazing her own trail.
Each summer, we look forward to working with a new group of high school interns from our Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) program. Find out where students will be living and working this year!
The birds are rejoicing! The Nature Conservancy recently helped protect more than 1,100 more acres along the might Altamaha River in southeast Georgia.
The delicate balance of life on Georgia’s shores and beyond is at risk. Discover how The Nature Conservancy is now developing techniques to help communities plan for the future.
This mighty river flows to the Atlantic Ocean, nourishing the Georgia coast. Check out these photos of this beautiful waterway.
Find Them in Georgia! The horseshoe crab has survived for 445 million years--longer than even the cockroach!
Women are under-represented in science fields. Find out how our Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) program is working to send female leaders to college armed with an interest in science.
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.
The new learning garden at Arabia Mountain High School is bringing the classroom outside.