Helpful Links

  • The Clean Water Campaign: The Clean Water Campaign conducts workshops relating to stormwater pollution prevention throughout metro Atlanta. The workshops are free and open to the public. Workshop topics include rain gardens, integrated pest management (IPM), Xeriscape and more. They also provide information on planting trees to protect streams.
  • Georgia Tree Council: Georgia Tree Council is dedicated to improving Georgia's urban forest. They offer a variety of offerings and opportunities, including basic tree care workshops, educational quarterly meetings, publications such as TreeTalks and informational brochures, the annual conference, an annual awards program, the landmark and historic tree register, and more.
  • The Georgia Forestry Commission: The Georgia Forestry Commission provides leadership, service, and education in protection, management and wise use of Georgia's forest resources.
  • Home Science, Backyard Conservation:  "Environmental conservation is an important issue in today’s world, and there are lots of ways to help in your own backyard. Now more than ever, it is vital to preserve our planet and its natural resources, like water, soil, plants and wildlife. Everyone can help out by recycling, using less water, and making the community more eco-friendly. Many of these activities can be fun, too!"