Check out a collection of resources to learn about camps, forestry, environment and Georgia species and habitats.

TitleDescriptionDocument Type
Benefits of Tree Campus USA® ProgramA commitment to trees on your campus can significantly reduce the amount of energy a campus, and community, needs to generate.External Website
Billy Lancaster Forestry Youth CampThis Camp provides an indoor and outdoor classroom for energetic, inquisitive students to learn about forestry, wildlife, ecology, tree identification, fire protection, forest products and the people who manage these resources in Georgia's vast forests. It was founded in 1988 by Billy Lancaster and is sponsored by the Georgia Division of the Society of American Foresters. For ages 12-13.External Website
Consulting Foresters ListThis application allows you to search for consulting foresters that cover the state of Georgia. These professionals are registered foresters within the state and have personally requested to be added to GFC's database.External Website
Find Tree Campus USA SchoolsView campuses receiving Tree Campus USA recognition!
Georgia EnvirothonThe Georgia Envirothon, offered in cooperation with the National Conservation Foundation (NCF) Envirothon, is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in 1995 to provide hands-on, science-based training in natural resources and ecology to middle and high school students in a challenging, fun, and competitive outdoor experience. External Website
Georgia Tree City USA, Tree Campus USA and Tree Line USA MapView interactive map for Tree City USA, Tree Campus USA & Tree Line USA.External Website
i-Tree StreetsWithin the i-Tree software suite, street tree populations are assessed using i-Tree Streets, which is an analysis tool for urban forest managers that uses tree inventory data to quantify the dollar value of annual environmental and aesthetic benefits.External Website
People of Forestry: Discover Careers in the Forest Activity BookletPeople of Forestry – Discover Careers in the Forest is an outreach project of the Southern Group of State Foresters and the state forestry agencies representing 13 southern states. It is intended to help children across the South become interested in careers in forestry at an early age.External Website
Project Learning Tree – Activities for FamiliesNature is a great teacher! Try these activity ideas from Project Learning Tree to connect the children in your life to the outdoors and nature.External Website
Smokey Bear and Woodsy Owl Poster ContestFor students to demonstrate their understanding of wildfire prevention and basic environmental conservation principles through original drawings of Smokey Bear or Woodsy Owl. 1st through 5th grade studentsExternal Website
Smokey Bear WebsiteVisit the official Smokey Bear website for all types of resources on how to prevent wildfires, safe camp fires, and learn about the history of Smokey Bear Wildfire Prevention campaign.External Website
Smokey Bear Wildfire Prevention ProgramA Smokey Bear wildfire prevention program is available for kindergarten to second grade students and public events that do not conflict with the national guidelines. Programs are available by appointment to groups of 100 or more. Get more information.Page on GFC Website
Tree Benefits CalculatorThe Tree Benefit Calculator allows anyone to make a simple estimation of the benefits individual street-side trees provide.External Website
Tree Campus USA ProgramThe Tree Campus USA program helps colleges and universities around the country establish and sustain healthy community forests.External Website
Tree Campus USA® ApplicationThe Tree Campus USA program helps colleges and universities around the country establish and sustain healthy community forests. Sign up!
Tree City USA, Tree Campus USA and Tree Line USA ProgramsCelebrating communities all across America that are creating healthier and more abundant community forests.Page on GFC Website
Vibrant Cities LabCase Studies, Research Guides and Tools to help cultivate thriving urban forests that boost public health, safety, sustainability and economic growth.External Website

Georgia Species & Habitats

TitleDescriptionDocument Type
Georgia Centennial FarmsThe Georgia Centennial Farm Program was developed in 1993 to distinguish family farms that have contributed to preserving Georgia's agricultural history by maintaining working farms for more than 100 years. The program has recognized over 530 farms around the state.External Website
Georgia Species Fact SheetsReview fact sheets on Georgia Species: Amphibians, Birds, Crayfish, Dragonflies, Mammals, Fishes, Mussels and Snails, Plants and Reptiles.External Website
Georgia Species Management & Conservation ProgramsAs one of six divisions within Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR), the Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) is charged with conserving, enhancing and promoting Georgia’s wildlife resources, including game and nongame animals, fish and protected plants.External Website
Habitats of GeorgiaGeorgia is a diverse state, with many habitats from coastal beaches to mountain hardwood forests. Check out information about the plants and animals of the habitats, the adaptations of species living there, and the environmental issues facing those habitats.External Website