Those looking for a place to roam in southeast Georgia will have a lot more choices in the next few years. In the last two weeks, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has partnered on the protection of one of the biggest undeveloped, unprotected properties on the Southeast coast and followed it up with a mere 2,000 acres along the Altamaha River.
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