FindIt! is a state-wide cultural resource survey program sponsored by the Georgia Transmission Corporation (GTC) in partnership with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Historic Preservation Division (GA SHPO). FindIt! was created to help preserve and document historic resources throughout the state in order to facilitate their protection and serve as the first step in the preservation planning process.
Surveys are conducted by students of the UGA College of Environment and Design. All survey records are housed within the Center of Community Design & Preservation and become part of Georgia’s Natural, Archaeological, and Historic GIS inventory (GNARHGIS).
Cultural resource survey is the first step in the preservation planning process. FindIt! has successfully completed over 10 years of survey, adding over 14,000 resources to Georgia’s Natural, Archaeological, and Historic GIS (GNARHGIS) inventory.
For questions, or for more information about the FindIt! program, please reach out to:
UGA College of Environment and Design
Broad St. Studio 1
225 W. Broad St.
Athens GA 30602
p: 706-369-5883 | f: 706-369-5864