A precious wetland is under threat. We can save it.

Photo credit: Nicole M. Baran
Photo credit: Nastassia Patin
Photo credit: Nastassia Patin
Signposts guide canoers to the raised shelters in the Okefenokee. Photo credit: Nastassia Patin

How can you help?

  • Via email to CESAS-SpecialProjects@usace.army.mil
  • Or via snail mail to the Commander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District, Attention: Ms. Holly Ross, 1104 N. Westover Blvd., Suite 9, Albany, Georgia, 31707
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