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GNPA Conservation Photography

The GNPA Conservation Committee was chartered in January, 2018, to fulfill one of GNPA’s core principles.

Our goal is that members become aware of how they can engage in GNPA’s conservation photography efforts, and to help members develop the skills to make valuable contributions to conservation in Georgia.

Conservation Committee

Conservation Committee

Committee members Cheryl Tarr, Tom Wilson and Marcia Brandes give a "thumbs up" for conservation photography!   GNPA’s 2020 Conservation Photography Committee Marcia Brandes, Chairman, Partner Liaison – Trees Atlanta:  cons_chair@gnpa.org Cheryl Tarr,...

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Conservation Partner Organizations

Conservation Partner Organizations

Throughout the year our partners will ask us to provide volunteer photographers at conservation events or projects, or contribute photographs in support of their conservation efforts.  Photographs may be used in social media, traditional media, fundraising and/or...

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Making Your Photographs Matter

Making Your Photographs Matter

What is Conservation Photography?  Conservation photography is defined more by the way it is used than by what it contains. Conservation photography inspires action to protect and conserve the natural world. Within that broad category, almost any kind of photograph...

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