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We must act now to follow through with implementation of the SCORP recommendations. Collaboration among agencies with common missions will provide the synergy needed for all Georgians to have access to quality outdoor recreation resources that meet their needs.



We must act now to share tools and resources to conserve recreation lands and provide high quality opportunities for all. By heightening the awareness of recreation’s benefits for community health and livability, economic vitality and conservation of our natural resources, we will elevate the priority of outdoor recreation with policymakers, planners, practitioners, partners and the public.


We must act now to use funds efficiently at all levels of government, leverage them with other private and non-profit investments and seek consistent funding to guarantee outdoor recreation for current and future generations.

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