Keep up with the latest news on your favorite topics from the Wildlife Resources Division by signing up for the following e-newsletters.
Georgia Wild E-Newsletter
Subscribe to Georgia Wild to learn about the conservation of nongame wildlife and natural habitats statewide. The Wildlife Resources Division's Nongame Conservation Section works to conserve rare animals and plants, but receives no state appropriations, depending instead on grants and contributions. Georgia Wild offers regular updates on diverse wildlife and wild places, from bald eagles to mountain bogs. Subscribe here (it's free!).
Environmental Education in Georgia E-Newsletter
To keep up with the latest news in environmental education, subscribe to the EEinGeorgia newsletter. EEinGeorgia works to keep environmental educators up to date on trends, training opportunities and more and is a collaborative project sponsored by EPD, the Department of Community Affairs, the Department of Education, the Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia and the Georgia Parent Teacher Association. To subscribe, click here.
State Parks & Historic Sites E-Newsletter
Get out. Get Dirty. Get Fit. Get Outdoors Georgia and make a visit to a state park or historic site the focus of your next outdoor adventure! To keep up with upcoming events and opportunities at one of Georgia's state parks and historic sites, click here.
Preservation Georgia Online E-newsletter
Stay informed about the latest historic preservation news and events by subscribing to the Historic Preservation Division's e-newsletter. Find out how the National Register of Historic Places, tax incentives, grants, resource surveys and community planning, along with many other programs, can help your community to preserve its unique resources and sense of place. To subscribe, click here.
Water Conservation E-Newsletter
Georgia is facing one of the most severe droughts in history. Rivers and reservoirs are at record lows, and many communities face water shortages that could challenge their ability to meet water supply needs. To learn how to conserve water at home or at work, go to www.ConserveWaterGeorgia.net. To subscribe to the water conservation newsletter, send a request to email@example.com.
Report poaching and wildlife violations. You can receive a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest—even if you wish to remain anonymous.