Do you live near or regularly use Grant Park? Are you concerned about the future of the Historic SE Quadrant of Grant Park? Do you have ideas for how this part of Grant Park could be enhanced and preserved for future Atlantans to love and enjoy? … Continue Reading →
Prepare your shopping list and head to one of the four Whole Foods locations in Atlanta (Buckhead, Ponce, Briarcliff, and Brookhaven locations) on April 19. 5% of the cost of your purchase will be donated to Park Pride to support … Continue Reading →
Opening the morning plenary session at the 17th Annual Parks and Greenspace Conference on Monday, March 26, Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms made an exciting announcement!
Ken Leinbach, Executive Director of the Urban Ecology Center in Milwaukee, makes an entrance at the Parks and Greenspace Conference, demonstrating that many hands make light work!
My name is Linda Cotten Taylor, and I’m the leader of the Friends of Chapel Hill Park in DeKalb County. In just a few weeks, I’m looking forward to attending my seventh Parks & Greenspace Conference. You might wonder why … Continue Reading →
Download Printable PDF Atlanta, GA, March 6, 2018 – Park Pride, the Atlanta-based nonprofit that engages communities to activate the power of parks, is hosting the 17th Annual Parks & Greenspace Conference at the Atlanta Botanical Garden on Monday, March … Continue Reading →
On November 29th, a coalition of Atlanta’s green nonprofits (Park Pride, Trees Atlanta, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, The Conservation Fund, The Nature Conservancy in Georgia, Piedmont Park Conservancy, The Trust for Public Land, Georgia Conservancy, West Atlanta Watershed Alliance, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper … Continue Reading →
In early October, Park Pride and the Atlanta Botanical Garden, in collaboration with West Atlanta Watershed Alliance, Grove Park community gardeners and the Atlanta Public School System, engaged 107 third-grade students from Woodson Park Academy in a fun-filled STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) education event at the Grove Park Pollinator Garden. STEM lessons offer students learning experiences that closely reflect the real-world scenarios and professions that require skills crossing disciplines.
“Resilience” is a word you may hear often, especially as it relates to how well cities—such as Houston, Miami, and even Atlanta—are prepared to manage stresses (such as the recent hurricanes, Harvey, Irma, and Maria). Resilience is also tied strongly to the future of Atlanta’s growth and development.
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