Plan Now, Dodge Bullets Later!

September is National Preparedness Month, held annually since 2004. The observance was started as a project of the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Homeland Security as a … Continue Reading →

What I Did On My Summer Vacation…

GFC Guest Blog by Charlee Glenn, Southern Conservation Trust In June I was lucky enough to attend the Georgia Teacher Conservation Workshop, “Exploring Forestry and Wildlife in Georgia.” I’ve been … Continue Reading →

Mulch Appreciated! Mulch Obliged!

Mulch Appreciated! Mulch Obliged! We may not always agree that in summertime, the livin’ is easy, but Georgians have gotten pretty good at dealing with it. Sweltering temperatures and high … Continue Reading →

Grant Program Funds Tree Plantings

Grant Program Funds Tree Plantings It’s not always easy for communities to fund all the tree plantings they’d like to do. While beauty, shade, homes for animals, and environmental services … Continue Reading →