Month: April 2019

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Georgia ForestWatch Takes Action on The Cooper Creek Project

Abundant wildflowers, towering white pines, scenic hiking trails, and sparkling trout streams that draw visitors from all over Georgia make Cooper Creek a significant and cherished part of the Chattahoochee National Forest. For five years now, Georgia ForestWatch has been confronting the poorly designed Cooper Creek Project that threatens this special area. Many people have […]

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Celebrate Georgia’s Mountain Treasures

Georgia ForestWatch held a series of FREE community events to celebrate the completion and publication of Georgia’s Mountain Treasures — a 2.5-year, grassroots effort involving not only our staff, but many partners, members, volunteers, and donors. This full-color publication provides descriptions, directions, and maps for 40 unprotected wildlands in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests. Our goal […]

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