Plastic pollution crime scenes

We will all need safe and healthy natural environments to return to once this public health crisis is behind us

Motion of the ocean

Skidaway Institute of Oceanography’s Clark Alexander talks special projects, what’s next
WHILE it feels like our world is shutting down, the ocean never stops. Neither does the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, the research and training institution that’s part of the University of Georgia family.

Land, Sea and Society

Reflections on values during a pandemic
Since we’ve been forced to slow down, have you considered your own relationship with the nature and wildlife we explore?

Ogeechee Riverkeeper keeps on keepin' on

'The pivot has been that we’re really trying to focus on what’s next'

Ossabaw Island’s annual meeting recognizes Coastal Marshlands Protection Act

In 1970, Georgia’s governor Lester Maddox had a plan for the barrier islands that comprise our coast. With the development of I-95 on his mind, Maddox wanted to build a state highway through the barrier islands, which would involve surface mining and dredging for phosphate over 70,000 acres of marshland.

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