ALTAMAHA CONSERVATION DISTRICT
The Altamaha District is an agency of the State Government that was established February 8, 1945. It is legally constituted, administrative agency of the state of Georgia. The Altamaha District Supervisors are charged with the responsibility of making conservation programs available for 101,500 acres of land in the District. The Altamaha District consist of five counties, Appling, Bacon, Coffee, Jeff Davis, and Telfair.
Left to Right: Kary Van Moore, Robert Matthews, Chairman Travis Cook, Jeff Dean, Tabatha Wooten and George Yearty.
Not Pictured: Gary Spires, Telfair County; Charles Tanner, Bacon County; and B.H. Claxton, Jeff Davis County
District Projects and Events
Sponsor/ Contribute to Envirothon
Funded high tunnel/hoop house for Jeff Davis County High School
Funded high tunnel/hoop house for Telfair County High School
Sponsor/Contribute to Conservation Production Systems Conference held in Douglas, Georgia
The Altamaha Conservation District meets the third Monday of each month at 12 p.m. at the Bacon County Extension Office,
203 S Dixon St # 3, Alma, GA 31510 . To access previous meeting materials and documents, please click below.
Contact altamaha conservation district
Pat E. Ray, District Program Assistant
Phone: (912) 384-4811
NancyAnne Conner, District Program Assistant
Phone: (912) 367-6684