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Through education, assistance, and oversight, we help local conservation districts, landowners, and governments wisely use and maintain the soil and water resources for all Georgians.
Stakeholders Advisory Board Meeting - Jan 16, 2020 at UGA Continuing Education Center, Athens, GA
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2020 Level 1A, Level 1B, Level II Plan Reviewer, and Level II Design Professional of the Year Awards
Georgia Envirothon team members and advisors will have the opportunity to attend a training workshop this spring to learn more about the 5 subject areas in which they will compete. (Soil, Water, Forestry, Wildlife, and Current Environmental Topic) The training will take place on March 12, 2020 at Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center, and is free to all teams planning to compete in the Georgia Envirothon Competition.
There are 357 watershed flood control dams in Georgia, and many people are not aware that they are living either upstream or downstream from a dam.
The state of Georgia is split into 5 regions, each with its own conservation districts. Find yours for contact information and upcoming meetings.
Latest EPD approved impaired streams
Learn how to reach the Office of the Governor, State Senate, State House of Representatives, state agencies, and other partners in conservation.