Oct
24
Tue
TDR Informational Meeting (by appointment only)
Oct 24 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Did you know that the City of Madison has a city-wide TDR program? AND that this program may allow property owners to financially benefit from protecting their property.

TDR, or Transferable Development Rights, is a city ordinance designed to shift density (rooftops/houses) AWAY FROM important natural and historic resources TO areas identified as appropriate for development.  Click here to read more about TDRs.

As part of our mission to provide education on conservation matters and to protect Morgan County’s special places, the Madison-Morgan Conservancy is reaching out to all the landowners within the City of Madison who may qualify for this program.  To qualify as a “Sending Parcel,” a landowners property must meet certain criteria listed in the TDR ordinance.

If you would like to learn more about the TDR program and how it might benefit you, please contact us to make an appointment (between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00pm) during one of the following days:

  • Tuesday, October 24th
  • Monday, October 30th

Info@mmcGeorgia.org or (706) 818-8046

If you are not available to meet with us on then, we are happy to schedule another time to meet with you.

Oct
30
Mon
TDR Informational Meeting (by appointment only)
Oct 30 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Did you know that the City of Madison has a city-wide TDR program? AND that this program may allow property owners to financially benefit from protecting their property.

TDR, or Transferable Development Rights, is a city ordinance designed to shift density (rooftops/houses) AWAY FROM important natural and historic resources TO areas identified as appropriate for development.  Click here to read more about TDRs.

As part of our mission to provide education on conservation matters and to protect Morgan County’s special places, the Madison-Morgan Conservancy is reaching out to all the landowners within the City of Madison who may qualify for this program.  To qualify as a “Sending Parcel,” a landowners property must meet certain criteria listed in the TDR ordinance.

If you would like to learn more about the TDR program and how it might benefit you, please contact us to make an appointment (between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00pm) for Monday, October 30th.  

Info@mmcGeorgia.org or (706) 818-8046

If you are not available to meet with us on then, we are happy to schedule another time to meet with you.

Nov
5
Sun
King Cotton in Georgia’s Piedmont: The Rise, Fall, and Revival @ Madison-Morgan Cultural Center's Historic Auditorium
Nov 5 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm

King Cotton in Georgia’s Piedmont: The Rise, Fall, and Revival?
Part of the Symposium Series

In partnership with the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center, the Conservancy invites you to join us at the Cultural Center’s historic auditorium on Sunday, November 5, 2017, for the fourth in a series of symposiums.

The cotton industry dictated the present-day Morgan County we know – from the agrarian landscapes to the commercial downtown business, to the historic homes, to the culture and pace of life.  This symposium will present the history and importance of the cotton industry in Morgan County and in a wider Southern context.

Past symposiums include:

  • Yankees Marching By: A 150th Anniversary Symposium on the Civil War in Madison & Morgan County (2014)
  • World War II: The Homefront (2015)
  • Sustainability Symposium (2016)
May
5
Sat
Derby Day @ TBD
May 5 @ 4:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Co-Chair Sarah Ball and Board Member Sam Ball at Derby Day 2017.

 

Derby Day is the Conservancy’s only fundraiser of the year.  Join us May 5, 2018 to support our work to protect Morgan County’s special places.  Sponsorship and host opportunities available.  More details coming soon.  Please contact us if you would like to know more.