Based in Georgia, we protect over 65,000 acres of working farms, forests, scenic and historic landscapes, rivers, and vital wildlife habitat in 13 states throughout the southeast.
We provide environmental education through our Fayette Environmental Education Center (FEEC) and encouraging meaningful interaction with nature.
We operate The Ridge Nature Area, Sams Lake Bird Sanctuary, Morgan Grove Nature Area, Nesmith Preserve, Wildcat Woods, and the Fayette Environmental Education Center.
Join us as a volunteer in Fayette County, donate to support our mission, or join us for one of our many programs and events throughout the year in Fayette County, Georgia.
With over 250 conservation easements on over 65,000 acres in 13 states, our team is poised to guide you through the conservation easement process to conserve your land for future generations.
Our team can work with you to protect land that has been in your family for generations, so that future generations may enjoy it.
If you have a piece of land you would like to donate, our team would love to speak with you.
We offer additional services to help landowners better understand, document, and improve the habitat and wildlife on their properties.
Generally mitigation banks are encumbered by conservation easements with long-term stewardship requirements.
The Fayette Environmental Education Center
Get ready for new adventures at the new Fayette Environmental Education Center in beautiful downtown Fayetteville, Georgia. Our Center encompass all that the Southern Conservation Trust does, and shares it in a teachable way with the community we love.
Dozens of programs for children, adults, and families. Including archery, pollinators, conservation and so much more!
We are open to the public Tuesday – Friday from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM and Saturdays from 9:00 AM – 1:00PM.
From Earth Day to Haunted Woods we offer events all year long for the community.
interactions with nature
We nurture children and adults through environmental education and encouraging meaningful interaction with nature.
Our Public Nature Areas
The Southern Conservation Trust operates six public nature areas located in Fayette County, GA. Our public nature areas allow the community to experience greenspace and learn about the environment. Our public nature areas are open from sunrise to sunset every day.
181 Morgan Rd, Fayetteville, GA
101 Panther Path, Fayetteville, GA
Old Senoia Rd, Fayetteville, GA
390 Burch Rd, Fayetteville, GA
100 Wildcat Way, Fayetteville, GA
305 Beauregard Bl Fayetteville, GA