Partnerships and Private Lands: The Key to Longleaf Ecosystem Restoration

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Carol Denhof, Longleaf Alliance The Longleaf Pine was once the dominant tree species in the south, covering over 90 million acres from Virginia to Texas. Over the last 400 years, the abundance of this species has decreased due to non-sustainable timber harvest, clearing of land for agriculture and development and exclusion of fire. As this […]

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Managing Rights of Way for Resource Benefit

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Allyson Read, Natural Resource Specialist, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, National Park ServiceĀ  The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area stretches along 48 miles of the Chattahoochee River from Buford Dam at Lake Lanier to Peachtree Creek in the city of Atlanta. The federal park includes the river plus 16 land units that provide almost 70% […]

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Plant Conservation Programs of the Georgia Power Company

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Jim Ozier, Environmental Specialist, Environmental and Natural Resources, Georgia Power Company The Georgia Power Company is an investor-owned utility that generates, delivers, and markets electricity throughout most of the state. The company is one of the state’s largest private landowners; conservation attributes of these lands include a refuge for the world’s only population of Georgia […]

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