Includes information about the region's natural environment; as well as scientific activities specific to Georgia. Look in the appropriate county or locality for location-specific sites.
Organization working to bring back the American chestnut to the forests of Georgia. Provides mission and membership information.
Works to protect, promote, and restore the natural ecological integrity of the Chattooga River watershed ecosystem.
The story of the Civilian Conservation Corps and details about their work in north Georgia.
Introduction, with numerous illustrations, definitions, and related web links.
Encourages individuals and communities to monitor and/or improve sections of streams, wetlands, lakes or estuaries. Shown are volunteer opportunities, resources, materials and a teachers guide.
Dedicated to the study and preservation of Georgia's wild, native, and endangered wildflowers and plant life. Information about newsletter and journal, field trips, and several online articles.
Information about the adverse effects exotic pest plants have on the diversity plants and animals native to Georgia.
Supports restoration, protection, and appreciation of the unique mountain and piedmont landscapes of north and central Georgia. Includes issues information, news of activities and events, and historic photo gallery.
Founded to bring together people who are interested in the geology and geologic history of the State of Georgia.
Seeks to engage communities of faith as stewards of God's Creation by promoting energy conservation, energy efficiency, renewable energy and related sustainable practices. Provides links.
Information on the museum, tours, educational programs, exhibits, events and scientific collections.
Promotes the conservation of native plants and habitats. Information about the society, native plants, events and resources.
Provides resources regarding water allocation and water shortage problems.
Guide to the dragonflies and damselflies of Georgia, birding links and information, and other nature topics and photos.
One of the largest near shore live-bottom reefs of the southeastern United States. The sanctuary is located 32 kilometers (17.5 nautical miles) off Sapelo Island, Georgia and encompasses 58 square kilometers (17 sq. nautical miles) of live-bottom habitat.
Works to protect and improve the environment.
Known across the world as an expert in field herpetology, and a fascinating wildlife interpreter, he is an active and dedicated supporter of a clean, healthy and productive Planet Earth.
Wildlife found in Southeast Georgia, USA
Seeks to improve air and water quality, preserve green space, and provide wild places. Includes calendar of events.
Information dealing with differing aspects of Georgia's water supply from the US Geological Survey.
Information on hunting, fishing, non-game animals and plants, boating.
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