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State & Local Resources
Georgia Soil & Water Conservation Commission: Provides soil and water resource information, education, technical, support and assistance to locally led soil and water conservation districts, landowners and local governments.
Cobb County Soil & Water Conservation District: Operates on the local level to draw upon and manage state, federal, and private sector conservation resources.
Georgia Project WET: Water education for K-12 teachers, sponsored by the Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, Watershed Protection Branch.
TIP Line (Turn in Poachers and Polluters): A non-profit Georgia conservation organization whose mission is to protect wildlife by increasing public support for wildlife law enforcement.
Organizations devoted to natural resource protection and/or restoration, most with a focus on aquatic resources.
Georgia Lakes Society: Promotes the understanding, protection, restoration and comprehensive management of lakes, reservoirs, wetlands, and their watersheds.
Georgia River Network: Working to ensure a clean water legacy by engaging and empowering Georgians to protect and restore our rivers from the mountains to the coast.
North American Lake Management Society: Established to foster the management and protection of lakes and reservoirs.
Rivers Alive: Georgia’s annual volunteer waterway cleanup event that targets all waterways in the State including streams, rivers, and lakes.
Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeeper: Independent environmental organization whose mission is to advocate and secure the protection of the Chattahoochee River, its tributaries, and watershed.
U.S. Green Building Council: Dedicated to sustainable building design and construction. Developers of the LEED building rating system.