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Release Date: 04.03.2017 | Location: All Metro Atlanta | Organization: The Nature Conservancy in Georgia

Atlanta Daybook Nonprofit Spotlight | The Nature Conservancy - Georgia

The Nature Conservancy is a leading global conservation organization. Their work began in Georgia on the coast in the 1960s. Since that time, this science-focused non-profit, together with partners, local landowners and the support of members, have helped protect more than 338,000 acres, safeguard the rivers that traverse our state and care for our envied coast.

Just a Couple of The Nature Conservancy Programs in Georgia

The Nature Conservancy in Georgia depends on donor support to assist in protecting Georgia's woods, waters and coast for future generations. 


Connect With Nature: Heggie’s Rock Preserve Tours
Spring Tours are all Full - but you can be added to the waitlist.
Heggie's Rock Preserve
(Appling, near Augusta)
There is no denying Heggie’s Rock is unusual. It happens to be one of the finest remaining examples of a Piedmont flat rock outcrop. But even that description doesn’t capture what it’s like to experience it in person, and these guided tours are one of the only ways to access the preserve.

23rd Annual Earth Day Celebration
April 21, 2017
Piedmont Park, Atlanta, GA
Learn more about the organization's conservation work from Nature Conservancy scientists, and an exclusive opportunity to meet and engage with environmental leaders in our community.


After years of collaboration with multiple partners, The Nature Conservancy and The Conservation Fund are pleased to continue to support the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest Land Adjustment Act (S. 571, H.R. 1434) in the 115th Congress.  Read the Story Here

Test your knowledge of Georgia Trees HERE.


If you would like to become a member of The Nature Conservancy, Click Here.
Members receive the Conservancy's award-winning magazine six times a year and other fun and exclusive benefits: 


Contact Info

Contact Name: Anne Isenhower

Company: The Nature Conservancy

Phone: 404-353-6088