Virtual CoastFest 2020 (Archive)
Click here to visit the Virtual CoastFest 2020 archive page. On the page, you can view recordings of live-stream events that were held as part of Virtual CoastFest and learn about Coastal Resources Division's mission and programs.
Fish Adaptation video lesson and activity instructions.
Click here to view a video in which Coastal Resources Division (CRD) marine biologist Paul Medders explains fish adaptations and will show you how to make your own fish using the knowledge you'll learn. Runtime: 24 minutes.
The Coastal Resources Division has archived and is providing the public all available editions of the newsletter "Coastlines Georgia," which was published by CRD in the 1970s and '80s. This information-packed publication remains a valuable resource for anyone wanting to learn more about the Georgia Coast. Click here for a list of archived editions and to download them in PDF format.
Click here to go to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources map where you can find out not only the locations of DNR- owned or -managed locations and useful information about these places. Think of this as a "one-stop shop" for planning your next trip to a DNR location.
A wonderful coastal treasure waits to be discovered at the DNR Coastal Resources Division (CRD) Headquarters ~~ the Earth Day Nature Trail! Take a journey through the Nature Trail and Marsh Walk and discover the wonders of our natural surroundings. Click here to learn more about the Nature Trail.
Citizen Advisory Groups
The Coastal Resources Division relies on the input and advice from several citizen advisory groups: the Coastal Advisory Council, the Marine Fisheries Advisory Council, the Blue Crab Advisory Panel, the Shrimp Advisory Panel, and the FinFish Advisory Panel. Click here to learn more about the Citizen Advisory Groups.
The Coastal Resources Division maintains electronic mailing lists for several topics of interest including beach advisories, recreational fishing, coastal incentive grants, letter of permission notifications, and more.
If you would prefer regulatory notices to be delivered to you by the U.S. Postal Service mail, click on one of the links below to fill out a request form.
- Marine Fisheries Regulatory Mailing List - Notifies interested persons of proposed rule changes and dates/places of public hearings pertaining to marine fisheries. Click here to sign up for the Marine Fisheries Mailing List
- Marsh and Shore Regulatory Mailing List - Notifies interested persons of proposed rule changes and dates/places of public hearings pertaining to marsh and shore regulations, marsh and shore permit applications, public hearings, Coastal Marshlands Protection Committee meetings, and Shore Protection Committee meetings. Click here to sign up for the Marsh and Shore Mailing List