George Dusenbury, Executive Director for The Trust for Public Land in Georgia From the Appalachian Trail and the Silver Comet, to PATH 400 and the Atlanta BeltLine, the Aerotropolis and the Augusta Canal to the Chattahoochee Riverwalk in Columbus, Georgia is traversed by a multitude of trails that define communities, connect neighbors and get people […]
The Georgia Coast: Conservation is Never Over
Offshore Oil and Gas Exploration Threatens our Atlantic Shore By: Brian Foster, Communications Director, The Georgia Conservancy Georgia’s coast, more than 110 miles in length, offers a stark contrast to that ideal beach resort lifestyle often touted by other states in the advertisements of glossy travel magazines. When describing Georgia’s coast to outsiders, it’s oftentimes easier […]
Is Better Health Your New Year’s Resolution? Read This.
By Michael Halicki, Executive Director, Park Pride For many people, the new year brings with it the resolve to get fit, get healthy, and adopt a more active lifestyle. Sound familiar? Perhaps you’re planning to hit the gym, buy organic, or dust off your sneakers and pick up jogging. While all of these are great […]