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Help them soar, crawl, swim, grow – Check the wildlife checkoff

Help them soar, crawl, swim, grow – Check the wildlife checkoff

Do you enjoy Georgia’s wildlife and rare plants?

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Skip the “Wild Life” and Enjoy the Wildlife with Spring Break at Georgia State Parks

Skip the “Wild Life” and Enjoy the Wildlife with Spring Break at Georgia State Parks

This Spring Break, break away from the “wild life” of crowded attractions and destinations and migrate toward the wildlife at a Georgia State Parks. From ...

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Georgia fishing prospects for rivers, reservoirs updated for 2017

Georgia fishing prospects for rivers, reservoirs updated for 2017

If you are searching for current fishing tips for Georgia reservoirs and rivers, look no further than the updated fishing prospects on the Georgia Department ...

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Bass artwork graces new ‘hard card’ for licenses

Bass artwork graces new ‘hard card’ for licenses

Hunters and anglers, check out the brand new “look” available for your recreational licenses.

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Special opportunity turkey season for youth and mobility-impaired hunters March 18-19

Special opportunity turkey season for youth and mobility-impaired hunters March 18-19

The statewide turkey hunting season opens on March 25. However, youth and mobility-impaired hunters utilizing private land have a chance to harvest a bird during ...

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Trout stocking will begin earlier in 2017

Trout stocking will begin earlier in 2017

Take advantage of beautiful spring weather and plan a trout fishing trip to the north Georgia Mountains! How about an early trout stocking to sweeten ...

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Geocaching event scheduled for Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center

Time to treasure hunt at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center. Join representatives of the Georgia Geocachers Association (GGA) at the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife ...

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Porterdale leadership and support for trees recognized

Porterdale leadership and support for trees recognized

The City of Porterdale was among 19 Georgia cities recognized on February 14 for its commitment to caring for and managing their public trees. Porterdale ...

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Newborn leadership, support for trees recognized

Newborn leadership, support for trees recognized

Newborn was among 19 Georgia cities recognized on February 14 for its commitment to caring for and managing their public trees. Newborn was honored during ...

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Parson: Time to start thinking about planing the garden

Parson: Time to start thinking about planing the garden

Winter at the farm is for shorter workdays, maintenance, fruit tree planting, and conferences! Since the last time I wrote, there haven’t been many ...

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Local leadership, support for trees recognized

Local leadership, support for trees recognized

Oxford was among 19 Georgia cities recognized Feb. 14 for its commitment to caring for and managing its public trees. Oxford was honored during the ...

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Newton County celebrates 2017 National FFA Week, Feb. 12-18

Each of the FFA Chapters in Newton County will celebrate National FFA Week, Feb. 18-25. This year’s theme is Transform Purpose to Action, and ...

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Range classes scheduled for Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center

Range classes scheduled for Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center

Ever wanted to learn the basics relative to shooting, but not sure where to start?  The Family Day at the Range series provides a perfect ...

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Field Days provide students the ‘next step’ in hunter education

Field Days provide students the ‘next step’ in hunter education

Students with a completed hunter education course “under their belt” are eligible to attend a Hunter Education Field Day.  These “hands-on” learning experiences give students ...

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Johnson retires from UGA Griffin Research & Education Garden

Johnson retires from UGA Griffin Research & Education Garden

After more than 15 years of service, Tony Johnson, of Covington, recently retired from the University of Georgia (UGA) Griffin Campus where he served as ...

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