Thanks you to our 2017 Golf Scramble Sponsors!
Our recent 2017 golf scramble scholarship fundraiser was a huge success! The number of attendees almost doubled from last year, and there was a more diverse contingency of environmental professionals. We’d like to recognize all our sponsors and volunteers for helping make this happen. Thanks to a combination of sponsorship and attendance, we are able to provide another scholarship next year to a qualified student in the environmental field of study. Everyone had a great time at the Heritage Golf Links and we look forward to an even larger crowd at next year’s event!
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Georgia Chapter Function and Purpose:
The primary function of GAEP is be to enhance, maintain, and protect the quality of the natural and human environment through cooperation with the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP). The specific purpose of GAEP is to encourage and facilitate full participation in NAEP and GAEP goals and activities by all persons qualified to be members of GAEP and NAEP and to include the widest range of views and concerns of professionals engaged in the environmental field. Finally, the purpose of GAEP is to advance professionalism in environmental planning and reporting in the State of Georgia.
GAEP seeks to advance professionalism among Georgia’s environmental practitioners by promoting a holistic understanding of environmental issues by creating forums for the discussion of issues and ideas, providing multidisciplinary continuing education, sharing innovative solutions, and developing relationships with other environmental professionals in Georgia and nationwide.
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The 2017 Annual Golf Scramble will be held in the fall. Learn more below.
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We are proud to announce that Samuel Long is the 2017 recipient of the GAEP yearly scholarship award. Sam is a junior set to graduate in spring of 2018 with a major in environmental science and a minor in biology at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia. He is in the Georgia College Honors Program and Biology Honors Program. Sam is an avid outdoorsman, which helped determine college and career goals in the environmental field. Sam is pursuing a career in land management and environmental services. While in school, Sam has conducted a variety of environmental projects, such as water testing and groundwater remediation, stream shocking on various mitigation projects, and his research topic where he mapped 1,700 trees and took DBH measurements. We thank Sam for participating and wish him the best of luck in his career making a difference to improve the environment