Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites will join the international observance of World Ranger Day on Saturday, July 31st. The goal is to honor the efforts of rangers to protect the world’s natural and cultural resources, indicates Kim Hatcher, Public Affairs Coordinator.
Posts have been featured all throughout the month on the Georgia State Parks and Historic Sites’ Facebook page to honor rangers. Activities will be offered at parks around this state on Saturday to allow kids to earn their junior ranger badges, asserts Hatcher.
For additional details on World Ranger Day activities and other events, visit www.gastateparks.org.