Canoochee Bogs Project

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The slideshow above includes photos of rare, threatened, and endangered species found at the Canoochee Bogs. Scroll over each photo for more information.

Three pitcher plant species, seven orchid species, two endemic plants, Georgia's state reptile, and neotropical avian migrants thrive at the Canoochee Bogs in Southeast Georgia. As one of 12 remaining high quality seepage bogs in Georgia, the protection of this land is imperative to protecting biodiversity.

 With your help, the Oconee River Land Trust will purchase a conservation easement on 50 acres of prime bog habitat. This easement will permanently remove development rights while ensuring access for restoration activities, such as prescribed fire, pitcher plant propagation, and scientific study. With your help, this fragile environment will continue to thrive.

Partners in this project include the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, the Georgia Botanical Society, and the Georgia Plant Conservation Alliance. For further reading on the bogs, click here


Your donation will contribute to the permanent protection of rare, threatened, and endangered species.

Donors

The Turner Foundation: $10,000
Georgia Botanical Society: $5,200
Sarracenia Forum: $730
 

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Oconee River Land Trust
Attn: Canoochee Bogs Project
675 Pulaski St., Suite 2300
Athens, GA 30601
Photo Credits: James R. Allison, Dan Hope, Pierre Howard, Hew Joiner, Martha Joiner, Lisa Kruse, Hugh Nourse, Jay Pakchar, Kathy Parker, Jim Porter, Amy Schuler, and Brad Wilson.