Thanks to the generous support of the R. Howard Dobbs, Jr. Foundation, GWF has developed an online collection of accurate and relevant resources to aid students, researchers, citizen activists, environmental organizations, and the general public in learning about Georgia's past, present, and future conservation efforts. The project pulls together decades of work from GWF professionals, non-profit organizations, state and federal natural resources agencies, and other conservation leaders. All documents are reviewed by conservation professionals, ensuring the site is a trustworthy and reliable source of information. Featured collections include the Alcovy River Greenway, Wildlife Habitats in the Landscape, the History of Georgia Wildlife Federation, and the works of Charles H. Wharton. All materials are evaluated by Georgia Wildlife Federation and/or the GAWildcat.org Advisory Board.
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