Hmmm? How about "actions to help conserve our natural resources?" Right, think of it as your chance to feel like a superhero! Join us as we explore volunteer opportunities for conservation here in Georgia. If you have ever wondered what you can do help our natural environment, this whirlwind show is for you.
We'll join volunteer groups like Trees Atlanta, the Nature Conservancy, and the Atlanta Bicycle Campaign as they strive to find ways to reduce human impact on the environment. They'll tell us how we can help, and have fun, at the same time. We'll visit an eco-friendly house and learn how you can make your own home more energy-efficient.
We'll also visit the Chattahoochee Nature Center, Trout Unlimited, and a few other fun volunteer groups. Whew.
And we'll meet Conserve-Action Man. If he can help our environment, anyone can!
If you are ready to take Conserve-Action visit one of these websites:
People who love dolphins, coastal Georgia, the marine environment, enjoy being outdoors are ideal candidates for The Dolphin Project.
The mission of Trout Unlimited is to conserve, protect and restore North America's trout and salmon fisheries and their watersheds.
Uses conservation programs to address the habitat needs of waterfowl and other wildlife on ever changing landscapes.
Works closely with communities, businesses and people like you. Together, they've protected more than 92 million acres of valuable lands and waters worldwide.
The Mission of the Atlanta Bicycle Campaign is to promote bicycle transportation and use in the metro Atlanta region.
A non-profit citizens' group dedicated to protecting and improving our urban environment by planting and conserving trees.
Located just minutes from downtown the Chattahoochee Nature Center is a private, non-profit environmental education center.
Utilizes our members' diverse interests to work together and move toward a common goal – protecting Georgia's tremendous natural beauty and diversity.
An international cooperative bird conservation effort with the vision to keep bird populations and their habitats healthy through monitoring, research, management and education.
Originated as a result of a group of concerned residents who recognized the need to protect Grant Park and to provide an enjoyable greenspace for families, visitors and residents of nearby neighborhoods.
To promote the enjoyment and understanding of birds and to conserve and restore the ecosystems that support them. Representing one of eight chapters of Audubon in Georgia, the Atlanta Audubon Society has more than 4000 members in the area.
Increases public awareness of Georiga's water quality issues, to provide citizens with the tools and training to evaluate and protect their local waterways, and to encourage partnerships between citizens and their local government.