Assuming state is required, and parks is required, the following results were found.

  • 7 Ways to Explore Leaf Season at Georgia State Parks this Fall

    Crimson reds, rustic oranges and bright yellows mark the highly anticipated start of fall in Georgia’s State Parks. Opt outside to take in the kaleidoscopic scenery with family and friends from atop overlooks, underneath waterfalls, in kayaks, or...

    https://gwinnettcitizen.com/local-news/5413-7-ways-to-explore-leaf-season-at-georgia-state-parks-this-fall
  • Georgia State Parks’ 2022 “Leaf Watch” Provides Travel Tips for Leaf Peepers

    and cooler temperatures have many people eager for fall getaways. To help leaf peepers plan their autumn escapes, Georgia State Parks has launched “Leaf Watch 2022” to track fall color as it moves across the Peach State. Found at...

    https://gwinnettcitizen.com/local-news/5412-georgia-state-parks-leaf-watch-provides-travel-tips-for-leaf-peepers
  • 5 sites to visit on Veterans Day, plus Nov. 11 events

    Many of Georgia’s State Parks and Historic Sites are home to remnants of forts and earthworks dating back to the 17th century. At these special places, history doesn’t just live on plaques and markers; it literally comes alive during re-enactments held...

    https://gwinnettcitizen.com/local-news/5278-5-sites-to-visit-on-veterans-day-plus-nov-11-events
  • Delayed Harvest Trout Fishing November 1 - May 14

    Are you ready to Go TROUT Fish Georgia? Beautiful weather and fantastic scenery await you in the northern part of the state, and beginning in November, trout fishing on Georgia’s delayed harvest trout streams will be in full swing, according to the...

    https://gwinnettcitizen.com/local-news/5270-delayed-harvest-trout-fishing-november-1-may-14
  • Smooth Coneflowers are on smoother path to recovery in Georgia

    After more than 25 years of work by conservationists, the imperiled smooth coneflower has reached a recovery milestone: a downlisting from endangered to threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act. Project partners initially weren’t sure they...

    https://gwinnettcitizen.com/tidbits/5428-smooth-coneflowers-are-on-smoother-path-to-recovery-in-georgia
  • Currently flightless geese can cause feather and feces frustration for land owners

    The Canada goose is an adaptable bird that can live in a variety of habitats, with many of those locations in close proximity to people, such as open farmland, rural reservoirs, suburban neighborhood ponds, office complexes, parks and other developed...

    https://gwinnettcitizen.com/3372-currently-flightless-geese-can-cause-feather-and-feces-frustration-for-land-owners
  • Chairwoman Nicole Hendrickson presents her proposed budget for Gwinnett's 2023 fiscal year

    Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairwoman Nicole Hendrickson presented her proposed budget on Tuesday to guide Gwinnett County government spending for the 2023 fiscal year. The proposed budget for 2023 totals $2.26 billion. It consists of a...

    https://gwinnettcitizen.com/5474-chairwoman-nicole-hendrickson-presents-her-proposed-budget-for-gwinnett-s-2023-fiscal-year
  • Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful to Launch Plant It Forward with $20K Lowe’s Grant

    Keep America Beautiful/Lowe’s Community Partners Grant Will Support the Establishment of School based Learning Gardens in North Georgia Lawrenceville – Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s iconic community improvement nonprofit organization, today...

    https://gwinnettcitizen.com/local-news/3538-gwinnett-clean-beautiful-to-launch-plant-it-forward-with-20k-lowe-s-grant
  • Snellville

    Over the last 90 years the City of Snellville has transitioned from a farming community into a daytime destination for many. Snellville has become a retail hub spurred by development on Highway 78 and, later, Highway 124 with more businesses in the...

    https://gwinnettcitizen.com/local-news/81-local-news/680-snellville-economic-engine-with-deep-roots
  • Explore Gwinnett rolls out the red carpet

    Lisa Anders is filled with energy and excitement about Gwinnett County, so it’s no wonder that she heads up the Explore Gwinnett organization as its Executive Director. The non-profit 501(c)(6), formerly named the Gwinnett Convention and Visitors...

    https://gwinnettcitizen.com/local-news/81-local-news/3232-explore-gwinnett-rolls-out-the-red-carpet
  • Summer comes to an end

    Since summer is coming to an end, and school will be starting soon, I’ve decided to do my August article on my five best summer memories. The first started just two days into summer break. My brother was going to Disney World for a school band trip,...

    https://gwinnettcitizen.com/living/90-everything-ella-ella-thomas/938-summer-comes-to-an-end

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