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DONOR SPOTLIGHT

Patricia Lowe: Worldwide Adventuring, One Step at a Time By Janice Eaton, Development Director Members make critical contributions to Georgia ForestWatch and those contributions are as varied as the members themselves. Georgia ForestWatch is pleased to feature our Donor Spotlight as our way of saying, “Thanks” to our supporters and to share their special stories […]

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Free Workshop and Guided Tour

Invasive species;  non-native species that causes economic and environmental loss to an area. Learn how to identify invasive species in your own backyard and ways to prevent the spread of these invasives. Invasive species affecting our National Forest All ages welcome! We will be having a picnic in the park following the walk so, BYOL […]

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ForestRoots Advocacy Coalition

Dear Friend of Georgia ForestWatch,I’m writing to urge you to join Georgia ForestWatch’s major new advocacy initiative, ForestRoots. You already know that the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest (CONF) is loved by millions of people as a place to hike, hunt, fish, mountain bike, kayak, and more. Our forest provides habitat to an incredible variety of plants […]

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Donor Spotlight

Donor Spotlight

Members make critical contributions to ForestWatch and those contributions are as varied as the members themselves. Georgia ForestWatch (GFW) is pleased to introduce our first Donor Spotlight as our way of saying, “Thanks” to our supporters with this new regular feature, and to share their special stories with you. Ted and Lynda Doll: Science and […]

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Georgia’s Mountain Treasures – The Book

This full-color Georgia’s Mountain Treasures publication provides descriptions, directions, and maps for 40 unprotected wildlands in the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests. Our goal with this project is to provide the public with a tool you can use to speak for greater protection of these special places and is a 2.5-year, grassroots effort involving not only our […]

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