In Georgia, we see the forest for the trees. Because we know they’re more than just leaves and limbs. They’re an essential part of the economic, environmental and educational ecosystem of our state. The Georgia Forestry Foundation supports the management of 92% of the forest land which covers two-thirds of our state’s land mass. With your support, we can continue to protect this vital habitat while providing educational opportunities to Georgia students and delivering long-term environmental and economic benefits throughout the state. Learn more at gffgrow.org.
Managed forests in Georgia annually plant more than 200,000,000 trees for a net increase of 48% more trees than are harvested each year. This massive reforestation effort means that more than 21 trees are planted annually for each resident of our state and provides protection of Georgia's water, air, and land in the form of:
The Georgia Forestry Foundation partners with Georgia’s leading conservation and environmental education nonprofits to bring state of the art educational opportunities to our children. These programs include: