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 317,000 acres, safeguard the rivers that traverse our state and care for our envied coast.
News and Events
Twenty years ago, a group of dedicated conservationists gathered on the banks of the Chattahoochee River to celebrate Georgia’s wild places. This annual Earth Day party became known as the Hoochie, and we are marking this special anniversary with style and flair!
The traditions of our communities are intrinsically tied to nature. At our Broxton Rocks preserve near Douglas, people have gathered for decades to celebrate spring. Join us on April 20 for guided walks and an egg hunt to welcome the season.
From the mountains of her childhood home in Ethiopia to the beaches of Sapelo Island, Blaine Sergew, the director of the Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) program in Georgia had to travel far to recover her connection to nature.
It’s almost here! Get outside and enjoy the rebirth of nature. For a little inspiration, check out this slideshow of spring flowers!
Check out the shots that won our 2013 photo contest!
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.