For more than a century, working forests have provided economic and environmental stability – and a myriad of benefits – to our state and its citizens. As Georgia continues to grow and change, it is important that we connect Georgia’s 10 million citizens (including our youngest citizens) to the 22 million acres of forestland that are critical to their survival, comfort, and progress.
GPB Education in partnership with the Georgia Forestry Foundation created an interactive, educational experience for students across the state. We're sharing this as part of our Wild Georgia series.
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