A Georgia Where People and the Environment Thrive

Recent News

  • Land Conservation

    Former Georgia Conservancy President Pierre Howard looks back on his favorite victories for the Land Conservation Initiative  Read more>>
  • Advocacy

    During the 2015 Legislative Session, the Georgia Conservancy is working to restore the 25-foot salt marsh buffer along Georgia's coast.  Read more>>
  • Sustainable Growth

    This fall, our Sustainable Growth program is working with Georgia Tech on three new Blueprints for Successful Communities studios.  Read more>>

  • Coastal Georgia

    The Georgia Conservancy and partners are proud to announce the permanent protection of historic Ebenezer Crossing in Effingham County.  Read more>>
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    Stewardship Trips

    Our Top Ten Trips for 2015 are now open for registration! Sapelo Island, Cohutta Wilderness, Flint River - you choose!  Read More>>


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Calendar Of Events



March 7
Oyster Roast on the Coast
Georgia Conservancy members and friends are invited to join us for our annual Oyster Roast at Lebanon Plantation in Savannah!
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March 8
Banff Mountain Film Festival - Atlanta
Join the Georgia Conservancy and REI as we present the Atlanta screenings of the Banff Mountain Film Festival at Georgia Tech's Ferst Center for the Arts
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March 14-15
Flint River (Deluxe) Paddle at Montezuma Bluff
Explore the Flint River as it winds through Macon County and camp on its sandy banks.
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