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2018 Annual Membership Supper, Madison-Morgan Conservancy

Madison-Morgan Conservancy

Friday, March 23, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)

2018 Annual Membership Supper, Madison-Morgan...

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Member Mar 9, 2018 $35.00 $4.01
Non-Member Mar 9, 2018 $55.00 $5.12

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Join us Friday, March 23, 2018, for the Annual Membership Supper at Malcom’s Crossroads!  

Meet Robert Ramsay, President of the GA Conservancy, and meet the inaugural Junior Conservancy Board!

  • Supper – homemade chili made of seasonal, local ingredients
  • Presentation – Robert Ramsay will discuss the Georgia Outdoor Stewardship Act and other legislative priorities of the GA Conservancy

This is the most fun way to join the Conservancy, so if you’re not a member, don’t fret.  Just purchase your tickets at the non-member rate, and you’ll receive an annual membership.

Reservations are required as space is limited.  

  • Member – $35 per person
  • Non-Member – $55 per person (includes membership)

Please make your reservation by March 9th.


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Malcom Crossroads
Intersection of Sandy Creek Rd and FairPlay Rd
GA 30650

Friday, March 23, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)

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Madison-Morgan Conservancy

Madison-Morgan Conservancy

  • Incorporated as Georgia’s first countywide conservancy in 2000, the Conservancy now serves both locally and statewide as a resource for protecting natural, agricultural, and historic resources.  Through its educational programs, advocacy, and technical assistance, the Conservancy has: 1) helped permanently protect over 3,550 acres in Morgan County through the donation of conservation easements by private landowners, 2) created and published Georgia's first farm trail, FARMeander; 3) inspired private and public investment in the development of Farmview Market; 4) saved and protected numerous historic structures, and 5) led an informal coalition of the state’s land trusts in advocating for a robust Georgia Conservation Tax Credit program.
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