The mission of the single largest day of volunteer effort is to care for the lands and waters and give back to the natural resources what it has given to us. To protect, promote and restore the flourishing back to our sacred spaces, the National Public Lands on September 28th.
We are inextricably linked to the land
The piece of dirt, tree branch or stream water is where we came from and where we will return. These sacred places are full of the power of us all and it is up to us as stewards to look after the land and waters which has been passed down to us. We are this land.
The Friends of Georgia State parks and Historic Sites work to raise awareness and economic value to Georgia’s greatest treasures. More than 50 chapters and organizations and over 6,000 volunteers love taking the time to ensure the natural resources are maintained and preserved with love and for generations to come.
Visit National Public Lands Day to find your place in maintaining our natural resources across the United States. In Georgia visit, Friends of Georgia’s State Parks and Historic Sites.
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