Department of Natural Resources E-newsletters
Keep up with the latest news on your favorite topics from the Department of Natural Resources by signing up for these e-newsletters:
Environmental Education in Georgia E-Newsletter
To keep up with the latest news in environmental education, subscribe to the EEinGeorgia newsletter. EEinGeorgia works to keep environmental educators up to date on trends, training opportunities and more and is a collaborative project sponsored by EPD, the Department of Community Affairs, the Department of Education, the Environmental Education Alliance of Georgia and the Georgia Parent Teacher Association. Click here to subscribe to the Environmental Education in Georgia E-newsletter.
State Parks & Historic Sites E-Newsletter
Get out. Get Dirty. Get Fit. Get Outdoors Georgia and make a visit to a state park or historic site the focus of your next outdoor adventure! Click here to keep up with upcoming events and opportunities at one of Georgia's state parks and historic sites.
Wildlife Resources Division's Georgia Wild E-Newsletter
Learn how DNR is working to protect and conserve nongame wildlife and protected plants by subscribing to Georgia Wild. DNR is responsible for the conservation of these species, but receives no state funds for this purpose and must support these efforts through fundraising initiatives, federal funding and private donations. To learn how these funds are put to work to benefit wildlife across the state, click here.
This newsletter showcases the latest monitoring events and techniques and is sent out six times per year to over 5,000 interested participants in Georgia. To view current and archived newsletters, click here. To subscribe, send an email to email@example.com or call 404-675-6240.
The Georgia Junior Ranger
This quarterly e-new for kids features fun things to do outdoors, articles about Georgia wildlife, a Cool Critter contest and more. To see past issues or subscribe, click here.
Preservation Posts is HPD's monthly e-journal. It is written by Historic Preservation Division staff and focuses on Historic Preservation Division programs and projects. To subscribe to the Preservation Posts E-newsletter, click here. To unsubscribe or update your contact information, use the links that are found at the bottom of each message.
Reflections is a periodical produced for the Georgia African American Historic Preservation Network (GAAHPN), featuring African American resources and stories from across Georgia. To subscribe to the Reflections periodical, click here. Articles from older issues, dating back to December 2000, are linked by subject from the main African American resources page on the Historic Preservation Division Web site.