Inside Georgia DNR
The Department of Natural Resources has statewide responsibilities for the management and conservation of Georgia’s natural and cultural resources. Most of this work is conducted by DNR’s six operating divisions which include: Coastal Resources Division; Environmental Protection Division; Historic Preservation Division; Law Enforcement Division; Parks, Recreation & Historic Sites Division and Wildlife Resources Division. The Board of Natural Resources, which is appointed by the Governor, oversees rulemaking for the agency.
Vision and Mission Statement of the Board of Natural Resources
Learn about the organizational structure of the Department of Natural Resources.
Find out more about the Board of Natural Resources and current Board members.
Photo and biography for Commissioner Mark Williams
Learn more about the Georgia Natural Resources Foundation.
The Department of Natural Resources is responsible for the development and implementation of many planning documents that guide the management and protection of Georgia’s natural and cultural resources. Many of these plans are required to be developed by federal or state law. Some of them are directly tied to the state’s eligibility for federal funding. In accordance with the Board of Natural Resources policy on public involvement, they also have all included a high level of public input during their development.
Check vacancy announcements for the Department of Natural Resources.
Quick links to many of the services and features of the Georgia DNR web site.