It’s that time of year again and our friends at the General Assembly are working hard. Since 2022, One Hundred Miles has been working to stop a bill (House Bill […]
About Katie Hay-Molopo
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Georgia’s coast is home to vast salt marshes, undeveloped barrier islands, intact maritime forests, and a robust private and public land conservation effort that has protected hundreds of thousands of […]
For the past three years, One Hundred Miles has been on a quest to build new partnerships with people and organizations fighting for the rights and well-being of people across […]
Our YELP students have many talents: community organizing, team leadership, digital design, music, art, math… The list goes on! Some of our students love to share their thoughts, passions, and […]
At the end of June, we filed litigation against the City of Brunswick and Maritime Homes over a new development. Despite overwhelming opposition from neighbors and evidence presented by OHM, members […]
If you’ve been around One Hundred Miles for our first 10 years, you’ve probably noticed that we’ve built our organization by celebrating Georgia’s unique 100-mile coast. We say things like: […]
More than 1,000 miles; that’s how far the North Atlantic right whale travels in a year. 1,000 miles, from the chilling waters of Canada and New England to the warm […]
Re-sil-ience: the capacity to withstand or to recover quickly from difficulties. For the past two decades, there’s been a lot of discussion about the concept of resiliency, specifically as it relates to […]