State officials warn that flathead catfish are invading another Georgia river, sparking fears that the predator will threaten native fish included the prized redbreast sunfish.
As industry booms in Coastal Georgia, a river guardian prepares to protect the Ogeechee.
The Georgia Water Coalition’s annual Dirty Dozen report this year is intended to outline landmark legal cases in Georgia that led to significant restoration of the state’s waterways since 1972.
Bryan County's economic boom may bear environmental consequences, including along the Ogeechee River.
A Screven County textile factory that was at the center of an investigation into a massive fish kill on the Ogeechee River in 2011 is closing.
When residents in one of Georgia’s smallest and poorest counties learned about plans for a 500-acre quarry near the Ogeechee River, they rallied together with their neighbors to fight back.
About 38,000 fish were found dead in a 70-mile stretch of the Ogeechee in 2011. It led state regulators to warn against swimming over Memorial Day...