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Protecting Ash Trees

Georgia Forestwatch is seeking to save some Biltmore Ash trees in Georgia’s National Forest and your contribution will help: 1. Pay for a Licensed Pesticide Applicator to be present during treatments2. Purchase the treatments that will save the trees from the invasive Emerald Ash Borer3. Help organize and train volunteers to participate SOON! TIMELINE: July […]

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How proposed rule changes threaten Georgia’s forests

By: Jess Riddle, Georgia ForestWatch Executive Director Perhaps the best way to understand the magnitude and gravity of the rule changes the Forest Service is proposing is to view them in the context of areas familiar to many Georgia ForestWatch members and volunteers.  We’ve talked about the Cooper Creek project many times because it is […]

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Comment NEPA Rule Change

Comment Portal – First Round of comments due August 12, 2019

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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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Celebrate Georgia’s Mountain Treasures

Sunday, June 2–2 to 4 pmFannin Brewing Company, Blue Ridge
Sunday, June 9–3 to 5 pmGeorgia Mountains Unitarian Universalist Church, Dahlonega

Georgia ForestWatch is pleased to announce a series of FREE community events to celebrate the completion and publication of Georgia’s Mountain Treasures

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