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The Wildflower Program has been helping keep Georgia’s highways beautiful for almost 45 years. Learn more about who plants them and how you can show your support.
The recent total solar eclipse might have been a once-in-a-lifetime event. But your life isn’t over, and there are other astronomical phenomena to see.
On Monday, August 21, 2017, parts of America will plunge into darkness in the middle of the day. You don’t want to miss it, but remember to protect your eyes! Learn how to identify proper viewing equipment, how to stay safe on the roads, and more.
Firearm deer hunting season starts this Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016. Learn the laws and restrictions of hunting deer in Georgia.
October is a great month to experience the dark skies across Georgia. If you plan on camping or just getting out with your telescope, find out where to go and what you can see in the night sky.
Fishing? Swimming? Boating? Yes please! First, here's a little background on Georgia's lakes.
See firsthand the beauty of changing leaves by visiting one of Georgia's state parks.
Thanks to a hard-working group of elementary school students at Reese Road Leadership Academy in Muscogee County, Georgia has an official state mammal.
Help take care of the environment with Georgia's Adopt-A-Stream program.