Save Ormewood Forest! A fight to preserve Atlanta's urban canopy
Save Ormewood Forest has put together a change.org petition to gather signatures and illustrate the community's commitment to this project.
In our community, there is a tract of land with the opportunity to be protected from mass tree clearing.
Several active community members are coming together with the goal of ensuring this land is purchased by Trees Atlanta and given back to East Atlanta as a community resource.
This property, though currently overrun with invasive species, has the potential to serve as a natural haven for its human and avian neighbors alike. When you close your eyes, what do you see? Do you hear the owl in the distance? Do you smell the sweet flowers that draw the hummingbirds to feed?
Have questions? Interested in getting involved? Much needs to be done! Getting in touch could not be easier.
Enjoy fantastic fireworks in your own backyard! On Sunday the 2nd, the fun starts at 7 pm at Holy Taco with the fireworks at 9:30 pm
Do you have a love for East Atlanta? Do you enjoy meeting people and have good communication skills? The Membership Committee is looking for creative individuals that are comfortable with writing to join the team.
Sell and find interesting art & objects to creat your life!
Take an an evening to enjoy a communal meal with friends, neighbors and the EAV market community!
Trees Atlanta's NeighborWoods Program is beginning their summer planning of tree planting projects. Does East Atlanta have an interest in participating?
Just launched last week, EAV resident and business owner Chad Elkins created the Atlanta Community Piece Project. We wanted to create an easy and fun way for anyone to help broadly with a single action.
Learn more about the efforts behind the Save Ormewood Forest campaign, "an effort to preserve a pristine forest in East Atlanta."
In an effort to breathe new life into EACA’s former Adopt-a-Street program, the Association is proud to welcome our new partner, the Keep Atlanta Beautiful Commission (KABC) who will assist in managing this program moving forward.
Just because the pre-sales tickets are gone doesn't mean you can't still get in! This event is 1. awesome 2. run by volunteers and 3. funds non-profit work in the East Atlanta community.
Henry Bryant, Lewis Cartee and other members of our community contributed to this WABE article that describes local efforts to restore our two local Civil War monuments.
Contact your senator before or during the next General Assembly (begins January 2018) to express support for this bill.
Celebrate the history of East Atlanta as the GSU students share their findings as they prepare the community's application for the National Register of Historic Places.
Celebrate East Atlanta being named Trees Atlanta's 2017 Neighborhood of the year!