Month: February 2020

Advocacy
Issues

Action Alert – The Biggest Threat Yet to Our Most Important Environmental Law

If you want to know what NEPA is and why it is important, take a listen to this one minute video. Your voice is needed again! Because, once again, the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is under attack. Changes proposed by the CEQ (Council on Environmental Quality), which determines how NEPA will be carried out, […]

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Outings and Events

Tree Planting 02.29.2020

Saturday 02.29.202010am – 3pmWORKDAY: Help restore streamside vegetation on Mill Creek in Murray County. In partnership with Save Georgia’s Hemlocks, Forest Service, and Nature Conservancy, we’ll help plant hemlocks and other native trees/shrubs around a new bottomless culvert on the trout stream. Event: Forest restoration project at Rocky Flats in Murray County. A new bridge has recently […]

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Outings and Events

Invasives 2.25.2020

Tuesday 2/25/2020 9:00:00 AM 1:00:00 PM Lead: Andrew LinkerLocation: Etowah Bridge; Dahlonega GA Minimum # of registrants required: 5 Outing Description:Autumn Olive (Elaeagnus umbellata) is quickly gaining ground on part of the forest just 20 minutes away from our office in Dahlonega. Learn how to identify, upload data to citizen science mobile app for invasives, […]

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Hikes

Hike 1 Bartram Challenge 02.28.2020

Date: Friday, February 28, 2020 Time: 9 am – 4 pm Leader(s): Melanie Vickers (Board Member, Georgia ForestWatch) and Brent Martin (Executive Director of GA/NC Bartram Trail Society) Location: Bartram Trail – Sandy Ford to Russell Bridge Outing Description: This will be the first hike in our Bartram Hike series: Sandy Ford to Russell Bridge . The Bartram Trail […]

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Outings and Events

WILD AND WOOLLY HIKE 1 4.25.2020

12-2pm Wild and Woolly Hike 1. Patricia Kristi Howell and Dennis Cline Where to meetSautee Nachoochee Center – We’ll carpool from the Center to Dennis’ home and garden, about 15-20 minutes away. See on Google Maps Distance and difficulty of Hike/OutingEasy, leisurely stroll of about 1 mile on woodland garden paths. What to bring and […]

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Outings and Events

WILD AND WOOLLY Hike 2 4.25.2020

12-2pm Wild and Woolly Hike 1. Johnna Tuttle native plant Walk. Meet at Sautee Nacoochee Center Where to meet: Sautee Nacoochee Post Office See on Google Maps Outing description:Explore the unique natural beauty and cultural heritage of the Sautee and Nacoochee Valleys.  The experience will begin at the Native Peace Garden which features one of […]

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