When President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act into law in 1968, he noted unspoiled rivers were very rare and took action against the fear that “all rivers will go this way unless somebody acts now to try to balance our river development.” Since then, the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System has grown to include more than 200 river segments — about 13,000 miles of approximately 3 million U.S. river miles spread across 41 states and Puerto Rico.
Report Finds 2018 Spending Supported 329,000 jobs in Hotels, Restaurants, Transportation, Recreation
Collect 59 New Badges at State Parks & Historic Sites.
The Georgia-based Shepherd’s Men’s mission is to raise awareness for treatment options for veterans suffering from mild to moderate traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress – and to prevent suicides.
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One former member of the Georgia General Assembly has penned a book on stories and experiences in the peach state - specifically the infamous gnat line.
In FY 2018, the U.S. hit all-time highs for federal oil production on federal land, 214,144,945 barrels produced onshore, with the smallest footprint of acreage under lease (25,552,475 acres)
Jacob Hornaday of DeSoto, Ga is the new state record holder for the spotted sunfish.
The Coastal Georgia Ecosystem Report Card scored the state’s coastal environment at an “A-”, an improvement from last year’s score of “B+”. This is the highest score the report has garnered since its creation.
Georgia has 10 PFAs, nine of which will be open to night fishing, including Big Lazer, Dodge, Evans, Flat Creek, Hugh Gillis, Marben, McDuffie, Ocmulgee and Paradise.