Volunteers will focus on the portion of Peachtreek Creek that runs behind E. Rivers Elementary School. Explore a new part of the creek and help improve the water quality along Atlanta's newly renovated elementary school. Volunteers will also focus on cleaning up the creek further downstream to remove trash and debris.
PARK PRIDE’S 14TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE CELEBRATES THE ROLE OF THE COMMUNITY IN MAKING GREAT PARKS
Calling all community members and leaders, park professionals, park advocates, architects and landscape architects, urban designers, real-estate developers and professionals, urban planners, government policy makers, elected officials, civil engineers and environmental lawyers.
If you fit into one of the categories above or just care about parks, do not miss this event! The conference will include four keynote presentations and 10 breakout sessions. Catherine Spillman, Executive Director for the Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy, along with Mark Banta/Piedmont Park Conservancy and Rosa McHugh/Chastain Park Conservancy will lead one of the breakout sessions and will be discussing the evolution of a conservancy with each conservancy offiering its own unique perspective. To learn more about the conference, click here for Park Pride's latest press release. We hope to see you there!
The Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy's mission is
to make Atlanta Memorial Park a beautiful, environmentally sensitive and sustainable park, accessible and connected to the neighborhoods and the City, by enhancing the Park, tennis and golf experiences through a collaborative process of renovation, restoration and preservation. To help further our cause, please click here to donate.