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About the Trees Atlanta
Founded in 1985 by Central Atlanta Progress, the Junior League of Atlanta, Inc. and the Atlanta Parks Commissioner, Trees Atlanta has been a prime force in addressing Atlanta's tree loss, creating increased green space, and conserving the city's trees.
Trees Atlanta has:
~Planted and distributed more than 75,000 shade trees (view map)
~Cared for more than 100,000 trees
~Recruited thousands of volunteers (we communicate with 4,000+ per week)
~Educated an average of 2,000 children and adults annually about the importance of urban trees and how to plant and properly care for them
Nearly 25 years after its inception, Trees Atlanta has inspired thousands of Atlanta citizens to advocate for better tree ordinances to protect the city's urban landscape, an integral action that has resulted in Trees Atlanta becoming one of the most widely known and supported non-profits throughout metro-Atlanta, and a highly regarded community steward of our urban environment. With several programs in operation at the Platinum LEED-certified Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center, this citizens' group shows no sign of slowing down.
225 Chester Avenue, SE
Georgia 30316 United States of America
Telephone: (404) 522-4097
Fax: (404) 681-4909
Primary Email: firstname.lastname@example.org