Volunteers needed for the Atlanta BeltLine Earth Day clean-up!
As the Atlanta BeltLine continues to pick up the pace on its forward progress, it needs our help with its second environmental clean-up in six months! Join volunteers as we clear the BeltLine of litter and invasive plants from Freedom Parkway to DeKalb Avenue as a step towards creating a useable connection from Inman Park and Old Fourth Ward up to Piedmont Park.
- When: Saturday, April 18 from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
- Where: The Freedom Bridge at DeKalb Avenue with lunch and music afterwards at the Water Tower area across from StudioPlex!
- Sign-up: register online now at http://www.KeepAtlantaBeautiful.com
- Team Leaders needed! If you’re interested in leading a group of 15-20 volunteers for the BeltLine clean-up, please email Sharron at Sharron@beltlinepartnership.org. This job would include providing instructions, reviewing safety procedures, and answering questions and possibly involved in a group that handles special tasks that come up during the clean-up.
And what should be going on at the same time but a Trees Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum planting?! So if planting trees around Atlanta is more your style that picking up trash and cutting down kudzu, then you can join Trees Atlanta, Atlanta Audubon, and EarthShare Georgia for a “Love Your BeltLine” planting! Stay tuned for more details!
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