Welcome to T.E.R.N. We are a group of citizens who share a common interest in wildlife conservation who joined in 1992 to form T.E.R.N., Inc. -- The Environmental Resources Network. T.E.R.N. is a nonprofit, 501 (3)(c) corporation, and is the official "Friends Group" of the Nongame Conservation Section, Wildlife Resources Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. T.E.R.N.'s primary mission is to aid in the financial support of the Nongame Conservation Program and its vital conservation projects. The Nongame Conservation Program relies on private funding to carry out its mission.
News, Meetings and Events:
Buy Wildlife Tags at new reduced price. Increased benefits are now going to the Nongame Program.
Brooks Schoen was elected President of Tern and Jim Kluttz Vice President at the May annual membership meeting. Brock Hutchins stepped down after six years as president and remains on the board. Jim Candler retires from the board along with Charlie Tarver. Two new board members were elected, Joey Slaughter from Covington and Kim Kilgore from Armuchee in North Georgia.
At the May annual membership meeting, members of Tern voted to fund $51,500 of Nongame projects for the 2015 to 2016 period.