Balancing Nature & Commerce conference highlights natural habitats as economic drivers

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By Dan Williams, program officer Teams from across the state recently gathered in Porterdale, Ga. in Newton County for the Balancing Nature & Commerce for Georgia’s Small Communities conference. The conference is a hands-on workshop about thoughtful and deliberate strategies for community planning and development. The Conservation Fund facilitated the conference which focused on …

Meet the GivingCubes™

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The end of the year is a time for gathering with friends and family. As you get together to bond, eat and laugh, why not infuse your quality time with a playful spirit – and with a giving twist? Meet the GivingCubes™, a tool to help you uncover your family’s …

The importance of completing the FAFSA

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In 2017, Metro Atlanta’s graduation rate was 80% and only 75% of those graduates enrolled in a post-secondary institution. A major barrier of college enrollment is cost. Sixty percent of Georgia college graduates finish with debt. Yet only 67% of Georgia’s high school seniors completed a FAFSA last year, which …