Red Hills Economic Impact Analysis

Red Hills Economic Impact Analysis Issue Overview In 2013, Tall Timbers reached out to many local land owners asking their help with an ambitious project — the first ever comprehensive economic impact analysis of working rural lands in the Red Hills Region. Tall Timbers, along with our project partner, the Center for Economic Forecasting and […]

Economic Benefits of the Red Hills Region

Economic Benefits of the Red Hills Region The Red Hills Region is typically thought of in terms of its incomparable natural resources including disappearing lakes, spring fed rivers, rolling pine forests, and hardwood hammocks teeming with wildlife.  However, recent studies have revealed that the Region’s ecological treasures are only half the story. In fact, the […]

Land Conservancy Publications and Links

Land Conservancy Publications and Links Economic Impact Study Publications The Economic Impact of the Red Hills Region of Southwest Georgia and North Florida describes the $147.1 impact generated by quail hunting properties in the historic Red Hills Region. These hunting properties not only create and support 1,400 jobs, they also protect one of the most […]

Chairman’s Message

Chairman’s Message By Cornelia G. Corbett, Chairman The success of Tall Timbers is largely due to the great work of our dedicated staff, past, present and future! One of my goals during my tenure as chairman is to build the capacity of the organization to ensure our staff has the resources to continue to protect […]