Why do we love volunteering in parks? Easy: it’s good for our health, it’s good for communities, and it’s good for the environment. Volunteer in a park today. Visit the … Continue Reading →
Such an amazing AMLI volunteer project celebrating Earth Day at Historic Fourth Ward Park! Click to watch video. Video produced by Claire Weitnauer. Partnering with Park Pride and the H4WP … Continue Reading →
On Martin Luther King Day of Service, more than 80 Park Pride and Atlanta BeltLine volunteers gathered at Washington Park, the first public park for African Americans in the City of Atlanta, to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy and the park’s 100th anniversary. Volunteers braved sub-freezing temperatures to help plant blueberry bushes and spring bulbs, mulch trees, clean up litter, remove invasive plants, control erosion, and fix up a picnic table.
“I’m a firm believer that we don’t have to leave our neighborhood to have something nice and enjoy something nice.
Without Park Pride, we wouldn’t have what we have today.” ~ Gwendolyn Stegall
A small group of volunteers got into the *volunteer spirit* at this festival Greener Good Volunteer Day at Collier Park, hosted by Park Pride in partnership with the Friends of Collier Park and with the support of the Habersham Garden Club.
A natural surface trail is a fantastic addition to any park, especially those with forests. Natural trails are affordable, protect the ecosystem from destruction caused by the heavy machinery required to lay pavement, and are gentle on your knees!
On Saturday, September 15th, Park Pride teamed up with The Friends of Constitution Lakes to host a Greener Good Volunteer Day. A huge thank you to Invesco for supporting this … Continue Reading →