Do you live near or regularly use N. H. Scott Park? Does your family take advantage of the programs and classes offered at N. H. Scott Recreation Center? If so, we need to hear your voice as part of Park Pride’s Park Visioning Plan!
Atlanta, GA, May 31, 2017 – Park Pride and Atlanta Botanical Garden, in collaboration with local community gardening groups, completed the installation of five pollinator gardens in City of Atlanta parks. These gardens, which are part of the “Pollinators in Parks” initiative funded by The Home Depot Foundation through the Community Building Network, are intended to improve Atlanta’s long-term biodiversity, ecological health and sustainability.
Park Pride, the Atlanta-based nonprofit that engages communities to activate the power of parks, in partnership with the Food Well Alliance, is hosting its annual Community Garden Tour, a fun excursion through four Atlanta community gardens and urban farms, on Saturday, May 20th from 9am – 1pm. If you’re interested in the local food movement, a novice or experienced gardener, or just want to learn more about the city in which you live, the Community Garden Tour will not disappoint!
Knight Park, a City of Atlanta Park on the Westside’s Knight Park / Howell Station, hosted its first public meeting on April 20th as part of Park Pride’s Park Visioning process to get feedback and input about what community members would like to see as part of their dream greenspace.
Click below for Park Pride’s most recent audited financials and 990 form.