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A road eroding away in southwest Georgia. Credit: Jim Bates, USFWS. Partners fix roads, and habitats, in southwest Georgia September 1, 2021 | 2 minute read Watersheds across southwest Georgia face a number of threats: irrigation; development; sedimentation; impoundments; and more. Fish, mussels, and migratory birds all suffer from the degradation of habitat. Partners for Fish and Wildlife, along with local and nonprofit groups, though, has undertaken a series of construction projects to boost priority watersheds in the rural corner of Georgia. Learn more...
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