Decatur family establishes Camp Scene – a green summer camp for kids, outdoor adventure, and environmental stewardship
We would like to welcome to Oakhurst the newest green summer camp for Decatur and Atlanta kids! Camp Scene is a new summer day camp with a mission: fostering nature appreciation and teaching about environmental issues through adventure.
The Sidney Marcus Park in the Morningside neighborhood of Atlanta is still raising money though their Engraved Brick Fundraiser! You can be a part of the environmentally-friendly playground going up in this local Atlanta park!
Vote for our green Atlantans in the Cox Conserves Heroes program! Launched in 2008 by The Trust for Public Land and Cox Enterprises, Cox Conserves Heroes honors individuals who work to create, preserve and improve the shared outdoor spaces in our communities. By showcasing these unsung heroes, TPL and Cox hope to inspire more people to take an active role in neighborhood conservation.
Great news from the Atlanta BeltLine this week! Atlanta’s ambitious project to ring Atlanta with 22 miles of transit, 33 miles of trails, and an “emerald necklace” of parks has taken another leap forward. The Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. has arranged to purchase almost 4 miles of right-of-way (ROW) of abandonded rail corridor from the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) this week.
Call for BeltLine volunteers for Virginia Highland Summerfest, Reynoldstown Wheelbarrow Fest, and Go Green Expo!
Call for BeltLine volunteers for Virginia Highland Summerfest, Reynoldstown Wheelbarrow Fest, and Go Green Expo! It’s easy and fun – all you have to do is sign up for a 2 hour shift and then come out to the booth, inform Atlantans about the BeltLine project, and enjoy the festival! Below are our upcoming festivals for the month of June.
Nominate a green Atlantan you know for the Cox Conserves Heroes award from WSB-TV and The Trust For Public Land!
As a way to say thanks to Atlanta’s eco-friendly citizens, WSB-TV and the Trust for Public Land are teaming up to recognize green leaders in our community! After nominations and public voting, one winner will be awarded $5,000 to donate to the environmental nonprofit of his or her choice.
Another planting by Trees Atlanta, this time on Cleburne Terrace in Poncey-Highland!
Goals of the Sustainable Atlanta’s new environmental report for a greener Atlanta!
Does your office recycle? If not, do you find yourself taking that coke can or yogurt container home with you so you can recycle it in your own bins? Some people will argue that recycling everything in sight can be a bit of an inconvenience, but I’ve found that it’s not so bad. In smaller … Read more