- Since 1999, GAES has hosted the Federal
Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest and the Georgia
Junior Duck Stamp Program for school age children. The program
has proved to be a great outreach opportunity with over 700
student artists competing annually.
- GAES is successfully working with private landowners and organizations
to promote the restoration of longleaf pine ecosystems.
- For the past three years, GAES has hosted the Upper Coosa
Basin Aquatics Summit. The Summit aids GAES in better protecting
and conserving the Upper Coosa River Basin.
- GAES closely worked with local and state agencies, nonprofit
organizations, and utility companies to finalize the Robust
Redhorse, Maxostoma robustum, Candidate
Conservation Agreement with Assurances.
- GAES assisted in collection of specimens and provided contaminant
expertise on projects such as LCP Chemicals.
- Build partnerships with landowners and local communities along
the Lower Altamaha River to protect and restore the valuable
wetland resources of the area.