Stewards of the Georgia Coast has produced a Directory of Conservation Non-Profits serving the Georgia Coast. Meant to be a quick reference for donors, the Directory includes each organization’s mission and contact information. As a bonus, the Directory is filled with beautiful coastal images by Christa Hayes. Download a copy here.
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Each issue of Shoreline will profile coastal conservation projects of major significance. In most cases, projects will feature highly collaborative partnerships and, in all cases, success will depend on co-investment by private donors…
The Wild Treasury of Nature, a body of work by Philip Juras that includes 52 paintings of Little St. Simons Island, will be on display this summer at the Marietta/Cobb Museum of Art in Marietta, Georgia from July 9 – September 11…
Offshore drilling has been taken off the table for Georgia and other Southeastern Atlantic States by the Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management for at least five years. It is a tremendous victory for marine wildlife and Georgia fisheries, especially bottle-nosed dolphins and right whales. But it’s temporary and the threat of […]
The Nature Conservancy (TNC), the United States Marine Corps (USMC) and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (GDNR) have partnered to protect a 3,986 acre tract along Georgia’s Altamaha River, in Glynn County.
Stewards of the Georgia Coast and Coastal Georgia Partners in Philanthropy (CGaPIP) joined forces to host a Conservation Donors Roundtable on March 10, 2016. Held at Musgrove Plantation on St. Simons Island, the Roundtable attracted a capacity crowd of interested private and corporate donors.
The twice-daily tides in Georgia, often reaching upwards of 8 feet in amplitude, are an ecologically important and powerful driving force in and along the edges of our salt marshes…
Inspired, generous, and committed individuals have always been the heartbeat and catalyst for Georgia’s legacy of coastal conservation. Over time, Shoreline will introduce you to donors who are making a difference for the Georgia coast…
- Georgia’s Coastal Watersheds, Part V: The St. Marys River
- Wildlife and Recreation on the St. Marys River
- Coastal Conservation in a Pandemic—Manomet: Finding Solace in Nature
- Coastal Conservation in a Pandemic—One Hundred Miles: Prioritizing Advocacy and Education
- Coastal Conservation in a Pandemic—The Orianne Society: Making Adaptations and Seizing Opportunities