Coalition News:

3.07.2014 Battling on a new
front to save the Hemlocks!
See the Hemlock page to read
about our new ''insectaries''!

2.18.2014 Wishing farewell to
Amanda Rose Newton, you
will be missed! Thank you to
Angee Delconte for picking it up!

12.31.2013 Happy New Year!
HemlockFest 2013 raised
$23,000 this year! Wow!

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Mission Statement:
The Lumpkin Coalition is a 100%
volunteer non-profit 501(c)3 charitable
organization formed to facilitate
projects that benefit North Georgia,
Lumpkin County, its residents and
visitors.  We are dedicated to
preserving quality of life for all those
who share it.  To this end, we support
the preservation of a clean and healthy
environment, responsible living, and
responsible growth.
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       Beth Sanders
Our Team:
The Lumpkin Coalition is a 100%
nonprofit 5013c charitable organization.
For this reason our team is run by a
cooperative effort between our
hardworking volunteers and our
gracious sponsors. Click below to see
how you can help, or become part of
our team!

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                          -Beetle Lab
                         -Photo Gallery
                        -River Cleanup
                          -Meeting Notes
                         -Logan Turnpike
I want to thank you and the rest of the Lumpkin Coalition, and all
of the folks who participated in Hemlockfest this year. Without your help, our lab would
soon run out of funds to operate. Hopefully we will make a difference in the survival of
the Hemlocks in the southern Appalachians. I am in your debt.

Paul T. Arnold Director, Predatory Beetle Lab - Young Harris College