2020 Georgia Impact Report
This page was updated on November 24, 2020.
This year has undoubtedly challenged everyone—individuals, families and communities. Throughout it all, people turned to nature for comfort, inspiration and respite and nature was there for us.
With the help of our partners and supporters The Nature Conservancy continued to be there for nature. Our 2020 Impact Report highlights some of our conservation achievements this year—from finalizing the protection of the 11,000-acre Cabin Bluff near Cumberland Island, to accelerating the removal of outdated dams and culverts to improve fish passage.
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Georgia Conservation Priorities
Protect and Restore Critical Lands
From ensuring the protection of significant land tracts, to executing controlled burns and advocating for critically important conservation legislation, TNC continues our longstanding commitment to protecting and restoring habitat.
Safeguard Rivers and Streams
Protecting Georgia’s freshwater and aquatic biodiversity and ensuring the availability of clean water for people and nature. Conservation is a long game and we’re playing to win.
Protect Georgia's Coast and Ocean
Putting nature to work to protect coastal habitats and communities from climate change impacts like sea level rise, storm surge and increasing rainfall. We work with diverse partners to build and implement nature-based solutions for nature and people.
Build Healthy Georgia Cities
Using the power of nature to make cities more resilient and livable places where both nature and people thrive. Residents, community organizations and conservation partners are supporting our work to protect an important watershed in metro Atlanta.
Inspire Conservation Action
Strengthening Georgia’s conservation community by preparing people from an array of backgrounds to become conservation leaders and stewards. We’re also training them for the environmental jobs of today and the future.
TNC's 2017-2020 Conservation Priorities in Georgia