Announcements

New pilot project to leverage federal and state resources to restore southern pine savanna and bobwhite quail habitat.
All county/city administrators, engineers, public works directors, road supervisors, equipment operators and other county/city officials responsible for the maintenance of unpaved roads are encouraged to attend. The workshop is designed to teach new concepts for maintaining unpaved roads with an emphasis on protecting water quality.
Workshop space is limited to 50 students per class on a first-come basis. (No exceptions.) Complete and fax or email this form no later than February 10, 2016 to 706-885-0103 or tworiversrcd@hotmail.com.
Conservation-minded Georgians wanting to help preserve the state’s natural resources have the opportunity to donate to the Georgia Land Conservation Program (GLCP) through their 2015 state income tax forms.
A Field-Day giving you a hands-on look at the latest in GA Farm-Ag and Erosion & Sediment Control Products. View live demonstrations and exhibits.
The Georgia AG Forecast Series is a chance for you to learn what 2016 will hold for the state's agricultural industry. See site for details.
Avian influenza (AI), or “bird flu,” is a virus that infects domestic poultry, such as chickens, turkeys, quail, and geese, and wild birds such as shorebirds and waterfowl.
Biosecurity For Birds is an outreach and education campaign to raise awareness among backyard poultry owners about the steps they can take to prevent AI and other infectious poultry diseases and what to do if they suspect a disease outbreak.
Here are three simple steps that will help keep your birds free of disease. We call this three-step process "backyard biosecurity." Backyard biosecurity means doing everything you can to protect your birds from disease.
Backyard Biosecurity. You are the best protection your birds have.