Woo-hoo. And whew.
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Inman Park has been working closely with Trees Atlanta for at least two decades. Their entire organization collaborates with us to plant and maintain new trees, as well as to educate and raise awareness among our residents. In any given year, Trees Atlanta might commit tens of thousands of dollars to our neighborhood.
Relying upon the generosity of Inman Park, which is expressed partially through IPNA’s budgeting of funds and partially through eager responses to fundraising by Tree Watch, we are able to make an annual donation to Trees Atlanta.
Shown here on Monday, June 10, at the Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center are (L-R) Tree Watch’s Steve Hays, Chief Program Officer Greg Levine, Marge Hays of Tree Watch, and Chief Operating Officer Connie Veates.
Award for Inman Park
Thanks, Blue Heron Nature Preserve!
Young volunteers from Blue Heron Nature Preserve, located near Chastain Park, visited Inman Park today, escorted by environmental educator Sabrina Attimy of Trees Atlanta and staff from the Preserve. They planted 9 replacement trees along Hale, Ashland Ave, Ashland Place, and Spruce. A pleasure to work with and a great group of young people!