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Georgia Earth Month 2021 Virtual Events

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Lily pads and cypress trees are among the many plant species that thrive in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.
Okefenokee swamp Lily pads and cypress trees are among the many plant species that thrive in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. © TimothyJ/Creative Commons

Every Thursday in April, we’re bringing you a chance to celebrate the lands and waters on which all life depends. Join us to (virtually) explore Georgia’s wild areas, the places you have helped protect for good—from our mountains in the north to our enviable coast in the south, and so many points in between.

 

Places of Permanence 

April 1 | 5:30-6:30 PM | Register

Join us for happy hour to hear stories of conservation projects that exist in perpetuity—Georgia’s barrier islands, our historic longleaf pine range, the Altamaha, and, with your support, the Dugdown Corridor in North Georgia.

 

Tree-via

April 8 | 5:30-6:30 PM  | Register

Show off your nature knowledge in this team-based online trivia game.

 

Climate Action Across the Southeast 

April 15 | 12:00-1:00 PM | Registration Coming Soon

TNC’s climate change strategies touch down in different but connected ways across the Southeast. Learn from and ask your questions to on-the-ground experts in Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.

 

Screen-Free Celebration 

April 22 | Earth Day

We think the best way to celebrate Earth Day is to spend some time in nature! Take a hike, hop in a kayak, or admire the birds in your backyard. Share your screen-free Earth Day celebration with us on social media using #Wild4GA.

 

Tree-via 

April 29 | 5:30-6:30 PM | Register

Show off your nature knowledge in this team-based online trivia game.