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Many families choose to preserve their legacies by placing family land into conservation easements. Visit the Land Trust Alliance for more information.

GA Trivia:

Based on 2000 Census data, coastal Georgia expects to double its population to 760,000 by 2020.


Newspaper Articles

Athens-Banner Herald  5/10/2014
Little flying machine is new research tool for UGA scientists

UGA Red and Black 5/27/2014
Drones Serves as Research Tools for UGA 


Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History video presentation prepared for the 100th Anniversary Celebration the Library at Wormsloe and UGA Founders Day February 26, 2009.

Downloads: Window WMV format (85Mb)     Apple M4V format  (133 Mb)    


2012 Wormsloe Research Symposium Program and Videos

Tommy Jordan and Wes Ryals, Reenvisioning a Cultural Landscape: Wormsloe. Presented at the ESRI GeoDesign Summit, Redlands, CA, January 7, 2011

Improved Understanding of Historical Sites with Geospatial Tools and Web-Based Media: Wormsloe State Historic Site. Presentation by Tommy Jordan to the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD, March 13, 2009. (MP3 recording of talk)


The Wormloe podcasts below are also hosted by the University of Georgia Library.

Podcast 1:Sarah Ross and Tommy Jordan discuss the Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History and the research goals for Wormsloe. (Right-click on link to download mp3 file)

Podcast 2:  Paul Sutter, Wormsloe Fellow Drew Swanson and Tommy Jordan discuss the significance of Wormsloe as a site for studying environmental history and Drew's research into the archives and historical documents about Wormsloe that are housed in the Hargrett  Rare Book and Manuscript Library at the University of Georgia.  (Right-click on link to download mp3 file)

Podcast 3:  Erv Garrison, Wormsloe Fellow Jessica Cook and Tommy Jordan discuss GIS and geoarchaeological mapping efforts at Wormsloe.  (Right-click on link to download mp3 file)



Traditional old time music recorded for Wormsloe presentations...

Musicians: Tommy Jordan (guitar and banjo)and Christian Lopez(mandolin)

Coleman's March - guitar and mandolin

Liberty - guitar and mandolin

St. Anne's Reel - banjo and mandolin

Soldier's Joy - banjo and mandolin