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CONSERVE GEORGIA: This Earth Day, We Salute the Soil

During the 1930’s, the Dust Bowl days were a period during which huge dust storms ravaged the Midwest because of years of overplanting, poorly managed crops and severe drought conditions.

USDA Helps Plant a Seed for a Healthier Next Generation of Inner City Students

On this made-to-order, cool and clear morning a group of volunteers arrived at Miller Grove Middle School in Lithonia, were they gave a hands-on outdoor lesson on how to build, plant and maintain a school garden to a group of Atlanta metro-area students.

Conservationists from across the southeast come together to “usher in a new era

Longleaf pine forests are magical places. Their tall trees and robust forest floors are absolutely magnificent.

After 100 Years, Georgia’s Initial Soil Survey Completed

This endeavor started with the completion of the first soil surveys in Cobb County, located north of Atlanta, and the Covington Area in central north Georgia and ended with the last soil survey of Bartow County, located in northwest Georgia, in 2014.

Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP)

New, innovative program to “usher in a new era in conservation”


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