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Georgia

Places We Protect

Use this map or browse the list below to explore our project areas and preserves in Georgia.

Georgia for Generations

For decades, The Nature Conservancy has worked across Georgia to protect our woods, waters and coast. Together with partners, local landowners and the support of members like you, we have helped to protect more than 317,000 acres across Georgia and we are actively engaged in the conservation of the land and water we have helped protect. 

Conservation Project Areas

Altamaha River Basin
Chattahoochee Fall Line
The Georgia Coast
Lower Flint River Basin
Savannah River Basin
Upper Coosa River Basin

Preserves

The Nature Conservancy manages 15 preserves in Georgia. Some of the preserves are open to the public without an appointment, while others are open only for scheduled activities conducted by staff.

Open to the Public Without an Appointment


Banks Lake
Black's Bluff
Carr's Island
Charles Harrold
Holly Creek
Marshall Forest
Moody Forest Natural Area


For Scheduled Activities Only


Broxton Rocks
Camp Meeting Rock
Dry Creek Swamp
Heggie's Rock
Oakbin Pond
Ohoopee Dunes
Reed Branch Wet Meadow
Williams Bluffs


Call our offices at (404) 873-6946 with questions about any of our preserves.



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