2019 Year in Review
Our work in Georgia builds on a legacy of innovation and leadership to address climate change, protect land and water, build healthy cities and work toward a future where people and nature thrive.
We achieve lasting, transformative conservation thanks to our many partners and loyal supporters. We are collaborating with partners to build a healthier Atlanta, applying nature-based solutions to boost coastal resilience and protecting iconic Georgia species with our flexible yet focused approach. Thank you for your support. We’ll see you in 2020!
Georgia Conservation Program Areas
Conserving and restoring wildlife habitat and Georgia’s biodiversity. From ensuring the protection of significant land tracts, to executing controlled burns that will help restore nearly 44,000 acres, to advocating for critically important conservation legislation, TNC continues our longstanding commitment to habitat protection.
Protecting Georgia’s rivers, lakes and streams and ensuring the availability of clean water for people and nature. Conservation is a long game with huge payoffs for the future of our world and we’re playing to win.
Coast and Ocean
Putting nature to work to protect coastal habitats and communities from sea level rise, storm surge and increasing rainfall associated with climate change. Coastal counties, researchers and conservations team up to plan and implement tools designed to help officials and residents prepare for flooding and reduce its impact, and nature-based solutions to protect wildlife habitats.
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.