Since 1992 T.E.R.N has funded over $1,255,000 in projects to help preserve Georgia's precious Nongame and Endangered Wildlife for future generations.  At the annual meeting in May, 2017 the members approved an additional $44,622 in funding for the 2017-2018 period.  Those projects included student and teacher educational programs, wildlife surveys and support of the Youth Birding Competition at the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center to name a few.

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Ten year history of TERN's giving to the Nongame Conservation Program 

2008 -   75,758
2009 -   66,582
2010 -   77,036
2011 -   42,208
2012 - 116,253
2013 -   88,889
2014 -   55,900
2015 -   51,500
2016 -   69,918
2017 -   44,622

As of May, 2017 there were $38,864 in approved projects for which funds have not yet been disbursed.  TERN also held $95,774 in designated funds not yet dispersed.