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Georgia DOT Wildflower Program

The Georgia DOT Wildflower Program—the planting and protection of colorful wildflowers on state routes. And to keep our wildflowers blooming on the roadsides each year, the Maintenance Department researches Georgia native species and use conservation techniques. This program is funded through Wildflower Auto Tag sales, its only guaranteed revenue source.

The Land Trust took the lead in applying to the Georgia Department of Transportation for a colorful border of wildflowers along the F.J. Torras Causeway. The DOT not only agreed to plant the flowers along the causeway, but decided to add a splash of wildflower color to the Golden Isles Parkway, as well, to provide visitors exiting I-95 at Exit 38 with a charming and colorful drive on the way to the causeway. The wildflowers are funded by the state’s wildflower auto tag.

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