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Supported Grantees

Store-supported grantees receive funding through our Retail Grants Program. These organizations identify and work on the root causes of problems and approach issues with a commitment to long-term change.

Trees Atlanta

Atlanta, GA

Trees Atlanta

Trees Atlanta helps citizens protect and improve Atlanta’s urban environment through plantings, conservation and educational programs.

Chattahoochee Riverkeeper

Atlanta, GA

Chattahoochee Riverkeeper

Chattahoochee Riverkeeper advocates and works to secure the protection and stewardship of the Chattahoochee River and its tributaries and watershed.

Georgia Audubon

Atlanta, GA

Georgia Audubon

Georgia Audubon works to build places where birds and people thrive, approaching its work through conservation, education and advocacy.

Chattooga Conservancy

Clayton, GA

Chattooga Conservancy

Chattooga Conservancy helps to protect and restore the ecological integrity of the Chattooga River watershed and empowers communities to practice good stewardship on public and private lands.

Georgia ForestWatch

Dahlonega, GA

Georgia ForestWatch

Georgia ForestWatch works to preserve, protect and restore native ecosystems of the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests, and inform and inspire the public to be good stewards of these lands.

GreenLaw

Atlanta, GA

GreenLaw

GreenLaw provides free legal and technical assistance to environmental organizations and community groups throughout Georgia, helping to prevent pollution that endangers human health and the environment.

Keeping It Wild

Decatur, GA

Keeping It Wild

Keeping it Wild brings together members of diverse conservation communities in order to promote better stewardship for the natural lands in Georgia. They promote enjoyment of the outdoors by overcoming barriers and providing opportunities for families and people from diverse backgrounds, interests and experience levels.

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER)

Nashville , TN

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER)

PEER is an alliance of resource managers, scientists and other government professionals committed to upholding the public trust through responsible management of the nation’s environment.

Georgia Organics

Atlanta, GA

Georgia Organics

Georgia Organics seeks to connect organic food from Georgia farms to Georgia families.

Altamaha Riverkeeper

Brunswick, GA

Altamaha Riverkeeper

Altamaha Riverkeeper is dedicated to the protection, defense and restoration of Georgia’s biggest river, along with its tributaries, the Ocmulgee, Oconee and Ohoopee.

Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

Knoxville, TN

Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy promotes responsible energy choices that work to address the impacts of global climate change and ensure clean, safe and healthy communities throughout the Southeast.

Concrete Jungle Inc

Atlanta, GA

Concrete Jungle Inc

Concrete Jungle reduces food waste and increases access to healthy foods for communities in need by harvesting overlooked and often wasted urban fruit and nut trees, and by transforming vacant and neglected land into a year-round food source.

Make an Impact

Atlanta Scavenger Hunt — Trees Atlanta

Event from Trees Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

Atlanta Scavenger Hunt

Trees Atlanta

Trees Atlanta is teaming up with local nonprofit, Park Pride, to bring you scavenger hunts that will take you and your family on adventures throughout 5 Atlanta parks! Each park has its own unique scavenger hunt to help you explore the park’s history, trails, plantlife, bodies of water, and even

Family Fun: The Fascinating and Forgotten Pawpaw — Trees Atlanta

Event from Trees Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

Family Fun: The Fascinating and Forgotten Pawpaw

Trees Atlanta

Join us for a morning of virtual fun to explore the pawpaw tree! Native to the eastern United States, the pawpaw is loved by humans and wildlife with its fruit that tastes like mango banana pudding. We’re partnering with Blue Heron Nature Preserve and Tyke Hike for this event so

Ask the Expert: Laci Pattivina on Bats — Trees Atlanta

Event from Trees Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

Ask the Expert: Laci Pattivina on Bats

Trees Atlanta

In our new Ask the Expert series, we’re hosting experts from around the city to have open conversations and explore various topics relating to our urban environment. We’ll learn the basic science of bats and how they’re classified with Wildlife Biologist, Laci Pattavina. Laci will discuss the current status of

Avian Advocates Volunteer Training Webinar — Georgia Audubon

Event from Georgia Audubon

Atlanta, GA, United States

Avian Advocates Volunteer Training Webinar

Georgia Audubon

Become a Georgia Audubon Avian Advocate Volunteer and help certify Wildlife Sanctuaries in the metro Atlanta and Athens area while learning more about wildlife and plants. Georgia Audubon’s Avian Advocates volunteers are experienced with common plant identification and know what makes great habitat for wildlife, from insects to plants, to

Quality Hooch Fest — Chattahoochee Riverkeeper

Event from Chattahoochee Riverkeeper

Smyrna, GA, United States

Quality Hooch Fest

Chattahoochee Riverkeeper

What started as a film festival has become much more these past few years, and serves as the perfect opportunity for the outdoor community to come together to celebrate the fish and wildlife that depend on a forever clean and sustainable Chattahoochee River. Join us this fall at Riverview

Forest Stewardship — Trees Atlanta

Event from Trees Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

Forest Stewardship

Trees Atlanta

Forest Stewardship is a series of three classes held from October to November. Forest Stewardship’s goal is to introduce practical concepts for identifying native species versus invasive species, the basic science of their environmental impact, and methods for controlling invasive (or aggressive) species for the everyday community steward. Participants will

Virtual Speaker Series: Building Community Through Food — Trees Atlanta

Event from Trees Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

Virtual Speaker Series: Building Community Through Food

Trees Atlanta

For this month’s Speaker Series, we’re continuing our conversation with Jamie Rosenthal of Roots Down, Ted Terry – former Mayor of Clarkston, Glenrose Gardens, and the Microlife Institute in a panel session. We will discuss how we can live in intentional communities that incorporate agriculture. Jamie and the panelists will

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