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With forested plateaus, stark ridges and fertile valleys teeming with wildlife, Northwest Georgia lies at the southern terminus of the Cumberland Plateau. 

Our work in Georgia has helped land trusts protect wildlife habitat, expand public access for hunting and fishing, and create space for children to explore and connect with the natural world.

Since 2007, we’ve made grants and loans totaling $6.2 million, which have helped the state’s conservation groups and agencies protect 12,609 acres of their most important places.

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