A tract of land in Dawson County will soon be growing some distinctive trees whose seeds will benefit Georgia for decades to come. The Georgia Forestry Commission has planted 60 specially-grafted shortleaf pines and 70 Virginia pines on a 2.5-acre site adjacent to its office on Highway 53.
GFC helps protect and conserve Georgia’s plentiful forest resources. We provide leadership, services, and educational resources for landowners, communities, and other agencies. Our headquarters are in Dry Branch, Georgia.