It all starts with love.
Love for this place. Love for our people, wildlife, and historic culture. Love for our quality of life—the traditions we cherish now, and the ones we want to leave for our children and grandchildren.
From the beginning, our mission has been rooted in this simple understanding: that our 100 miles are a wonder of the world, worthy of our pride and deserving of our protection. All of us at One Hundred Miles are here because we love Georgia’s coast more than any other in the world.
But as passionate as we all are, we can’t do this work alone. During our first seven years, as we’ve grown from a staff of two to an experienced team of 10, we’re fortunate to have had you by our side every step of the way. Our friends, members, and advocates—now a coalition more than 10,000 voices strong—ensure we are ready for action, whenever and wherever our coast needs us most.
Now, as we embark on our next phase of coastal conservation, we need your continued partnership more than ever. From rising seas to threats to our wildlife and uncoordinated development, there are urgent issues facing our coast. The time to take action is upon us. In the years ahead, One Hundred Miles will continue to tackle the projects that matter most. But most importantly, we’re committed to providing you opportunities to celebrate what you love about our coast and make your voices heard when our landscapes, wildlife, and communities are threatened.
Read our 2019-2023 Strategic Plan and FY 2022 Annual Report to learn more about the next phase of our work to conserve Georgia’s coast.
Rest assured that no matter what the next five years will bring, One Hundred Miles is in this for the long haul. We love our coast, and we know you love it, too—and that’s something worth fighting for.
Thank you for being a part of the One Hundred Miles family. Here’s to the next chapter of protecting and preserving the coast we love!
Plan & Reports
Download our 2019-2023 Strategic Plan and recent Annual Reports to learn about the work you make possible and the future of our conservation efforts on the coast.
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P.O. Box 2056
Brunswick, Georgia 31521