The following is a sample of what is in the Eco-Auction.
Visit the bidding page for the full selection of items.
Bidding goes live at 8am on Friday, July 24 and continues through
6pm on Thursday, July 30.
Okefenokee Swamp Adventure Weekend with Georgia Conservancy
Registration for two (2) for a signature stewardship trip like the Okefenokee excursion, plus 2 Georgia Conservancy hats. Join the Georgia Conservancy for a weekend exploration of one of the most beautiful places in Georgia: the Okefenokee Swamp. Guests will have the opportunity to paddle the mysterious tea-colored water of the Okefenokee with a naturalist guide and learn about the natural wonders and fascinating cultural history found in the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Includes a camping spot, boat rental, meal ticket (if available), and participation in guided paddles. Please plan to provide your own tent; or you can rent one from our GearBank for a small additional charge. Tentatively scheduled for October 23 – 25, 2019. Date and signature trip opportunity are subject to change per state and local regulations and CDC guidelines. Should the trip offering change, The Georgia Conservancy may substitute a similar opportunity of equivalent value. Redeemable through 6/30/2021.
Patrol Boat Tour with Chattahoochee Riverkeeper Jason Ulseth
Outdoor Excursion in the Field with the Orianne Society
You have a choice of working with us in South Georgia (around Telfair County) on the stunning sandhills of longleaf pine, finding species such as the Gopher Tortoises or going out with our land management team on a prescribed fire. Or joining us in Vermont to study Wood Turtles along beautiful creeks in the Northeast Kingdom. Or you can join us in the summer months in the Appalachian Highlands on North Carolina surveying for Timber Rattlesnakes amoung beautiful high peaks overlooking lush valleys.
This is an adventure trip with some inherent risks, such as wildlife, biting insects, and rough terraine.
Georgia Ornithological Society Fall Meeting on Jekyll Island, Georgia
October 9-12, 2020 (tentative dates)
Two (2) person packet includes:
• Festival Registration
• Field Trip Fees
• Hotel Lodging
• Banquet Fees
Southeast Georgia is a birder’s paradise, offering a wide variety of habitats and wildlife. Shorelines, salt marshes, old rice fields, woodlands, tidal rivers, freshwater wetlands and more all host their own fascinating bird communities.
This packet is valued at a maximum of $500
6-night (7 day) Stay at “Missing Acres Cabin” near Blue Ridge, GA
Cool-off in Ritchie Creek that runs through the front yard or simply take it easy on the porch in a rocking chair. This 3 bedroom/ 3 bath house is dog-friendly and only 13 miles to Blueridge. Easy access to:
• the Ocoee Whitewater Center for whitewater rafting
• mountain biking
• trails in the Cohutta Wilderness, including Jacks River Falls.
Enjoy visiting Mercier Orchards, riding the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway, and taking in a movie at the Swan Drive-in.
Mark Your Calendar!
Bidding is July 24-30
This eco-auction directly benefits EarthShare Georgia and participating member organizations. Thank you!