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New Grants Promote Wildlife Viewing Across State

Wildlife-viewing projects from DeKalb County to Jekyll Island and  Pickens County to Covington will receive grants to improve public opportunities to see and learn about animals, plants and habitats considered conservation priorities in Georgia’s State Wildlife Action Plan.

U.S. Postal Service Issues New Patriotic Stamp

. “The Star Ribbon Forever stamp is a modern take on patriotic stamps and evokes the connectedness of the American people, reminding us that there is so much more that unites us than divides us.”

US DOT: Strong Economy Has Americans Driving More than Ever Before

The 3.225 trillion miles driven in 2018 represents an increase of 12.2 billion miles over the previous year.

2018 Showcase Camden County Photo Contest Winners Announced

This year twentysix entries from eight applicants were submitted in the following categories: Landscapes, Nature, People, and Transportation.

2019 Statewide Turkey Hunting Season Opens March 23

“Reproduction in 2017 was lower than the four-year average, so that could mean a lower than usual supply of 2 year-old gobblers across much of the state in 2019,” explains Emily Rushton, Wildlife Resources Division wild turkey project coordinator. “However, that lower average comes between two better years, so hopefully other age classes will remain plentiful.”

2 Tall Ships Coming to Coastal Georgia

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MAP MONDAY: Best & Worst States for Women

In this week's Map Monday, we consider the best and worst states for women by considering a study recently released, which considered median earnings for female workers to women’s preventive health care to female homicide rate for a total of 24 metrics on the 50 states and D.C.

Georgia announces Disaster TANF program in 20 counties

Those determined eligible for assistance will receive one lump sum payment for the family size that will equal the sum of four months benefits.