With its unique ecosystem and incomparable beauty, the Okefenokee Swamp is a national and international treasure, and the source of the St. Marys and Suwannee Rivers. With its opportunities for boating, birding, fishing, photography, adventure, and hunting nearby attracting 650,000 visitors a year and supporting more than 700 jobs, the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) provides more economic benefit to each of Georgia and Florida than any other NWR. The Okefenokee Protection Alliance member organizations are fighting long-term to save the swamp from anything that would damage it, including the potentially-devastating titanium strip mine proposed by Twin Pines Minerals, LLC, on the doorstep of the Okefenokee NWR.

 Partner List

The Okefenokee Protection Alliance is a coalition of more than 40 conservation organizations representing millions of members that have joined forces to save the swamp from the proposed Twin Pines Minerals LLC titanium mine and other threats that jeopardize the integrity of the Okefenokee Swamp.

Click on the logos of these organizations to learn more about their individual work.

Altamaha Riverkeeper
Black Warrior Riverkeeper
Atlanta Audubon
The Center for Biological Diversity
Center for a Sustainable Coast
Chattahoochee Riverkeeper
Coosa River Basin Initiative
Defenders of Wildlife
Dogwood Alliance
Eco Stewards Program
Environment Georgia
Environment Georgia
Flint Riverkeeper
Friends of Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites
Georgia Canoeing Association
Georgia Conservation Voters
Georgia River Network
Georgia Women
Georgia Interfaith Power and Light
Glynn Environmental Coalition
National Parks Conservation Association
National Wildlife Refuge Association
Ogeechee Riverkeeper
100 Miles
Our Santa Fe River
Satilla Riverkeeper
Savannah Riverkeeper
Sierra Club Florida
Sierra Club Florida
Sierra Club Georgia
Sierra Club Northeast Florida
The Southern Environmental Law Center
St Johns RiverKeeper
Waterkeepers Florida
Waterkeeper Alliance
Wayne Morgan Artistry
Wilderness Society
Wilderness Watch