Contact Us

Are you interested in Land Conservation?  Water Protection?  Public Outdoor Recreation?  Environmental Education?  Community Gardening?  Getting your hands dirty or your boots muddy? Come on!  Volunteers are involved in a number of activities on our properties:

  • Trail Building and Maintenance | Invasive Species Control | On-site construction: signage, privies, pavilions | Wildlife Monitoring
  • Community Relations | Organizational Support | Special Events | Your own idea, talent, interest!

Feel free to contact us if you have questions or comments or would like to volunteer. Please either use the form below or e-mail: info@stpal.org

Office Phone: (678)-974-2609 (Please leave us a message and we’ll get back with you)

Mailing Address:
STPAL
PO Box 331
Avondale Estates, GA 30002

6 Comments on “Contact Us

  1. Hey Bill,
    I lost your e-mail or card I guess. Got a quick question. I was doing an annual evaluation with Anne Lindsay at our aquarium. One of Anne’s priorities for the coming year is maintenance/expansion/upgrading the Jay Wolfe nature trail at Skidaway. This trail is almost 15 years old showing its age. I think it was initially funded with a Coastal Incentive grant, gifts and some ADA capacity funding. We will need an infusion of labor and materials to upgrade this. Anyway, since you work with Parks and trails a lot, do you have ideas on where to go for funding these types of improvements/upgrades. Thanks and hope all is well in your world… enjoy some of your facebook updates.

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    • Hi Mark
      bill.jones@stpal.org
      Good project and good questions. STPAL is not really fundraising yet as we build our case to demonstrate our worthiness for public and grant support. So I don’t have specific ideas for you. But if you send me an email with your contact info and this request i will forward to some people that might be able to help.

      Bill

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  2. we are just wondering if the trails are open now. we would like to visit there on sunday, may 24th.

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    • Hi

      Sorry- just saw this. The trails at Talking Rock Nature Preserve are all open.

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  3. Hey do u need a fishing license to fish and how much it cost to fish

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