The assessment for 2022 was a slight decline from the previous year's “A-.”
A local police officer is among the regular users of the semi-permanent encampments on the state Heritage Preserve, for decades. But the Department of Natural Resources began removing structures Monday, Feb. 13.
The board isn’t ready yet to pass a resolution, DNR Board Chairman Bill Jones said, instead looking to the U.S. Secretary of the Interior to take the lead on the issue as then-Secretary Bruce Babbitt did 25 years ago.
The Georgia Board of Natural Resources Tuesday approved nine parks, renovation and land acquisition projects worth about $20 million, the second round of funding through the Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Act.
It's sea turtle nesting season, when turtles crawl up on Georgia beaches at night to lay their eggs. Every morning, volunteers walk the beach to look...