National Public Lands Day: Sept. 26
Pebble Tossers has partnered with the Atlanta BeltLine and Park Pride to adopt a section of the BeltLine. The Atlanta BeltLine is a sustainable redevelopment project that includes 33 miles of multi-use trail, and 2,000 acres of parks. It is one of the largest, most wide-ranging urban development programs in the United States. Park Pride is a nonprofit organization working with communities all over Atlanta to improve their parks. This project is perfect for any age including families and groups.
What we will be doing: Celebrating National Public Lands Day (NPLD) on the 4th Saturday of September. The theme for NPLD 2020 is "More Ways to Connect to Nature." NEEF's National Public Lands Day is the nation's largest, single-day volunteer event for public lands.
Volunteers will beautify and protect our section, which may include: spreading mulch, removal of trash and debris, cleaning signs and fixtures, spreading mulch, removing invasive plants and making bread bird feeders.
Open Project in September. Click here to volunteer if you are not a Pebble Tossers member.
We will be practicing safe protocols such as:
- Pebble Tossers Staff will be wearing masks
- Hand Sanitizer and wipes will be provided
- Volunteers must bring their own mask, work gloves and water bottle
- We will practice working at a safe distance
- Please stay home if you are sick or have been exposed to someone that may have COVID19.
This opportunity has multiple shifts see schedule tab to sign up.
Our section, NE 9, is located next to the Park Tavern Restaurant. We meet on the right side of the gravel parking area behind Park Tavern next to Piedmont Park.
500 10th Street, NE
Atlanta, GA 30309