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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.

Savannah Riverkeeper, Inc

Augusta, GA

Savannah Riverkeeper, Inc

Savannah Riverkeeper serves as the primary guardian of the Savannah River, striving to respect, protect and improve the entire river basin through education, advocacy and action.

Southeastern Climbers Coalition

Chattanooga, TN

Southeastern Climbers Coalition

The SCC is dedicated to preserving climbing access in the Southeast.

Coosa River Basin Initiative/Upper Coosa Riverkeeper

Rome, GA

Coosa River Basin Initiative/Upper Coosa Riverkeeper

CRBI informs and empowers citizens to protect, preserve and restore the Coosa River basin.

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.

Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, Inc.

Atlanta, GA

Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, Inc.

ABP enables the Atlanta BeltLine project by raising money from the private sector, engaging the public and empowering residents.

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.

Let Us Compost

Athens, GA

Let Us Compost

Let Us Compost is a bike-based composting business that makes food-based compost for local farmers.

Ogeechee Riverkeeper

Savannah, GA

Ogeechee Riverkeeper

Ogeechee Riverkeeper seeks to protect, preserve and improve water quality in the Ogeechee River basin.

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.

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.

Conservation Alabama Foundation

Mobile, AL

Conservation Alabama Foundation

Conservation Alabama Foundation protects people and places by building the ability of Alabama’s citizens to promote conservation through government and civic action.

South River Watershed Alliance

Decatur, GA

South River Watershed Alliance

South River Watershed Alliance seeks to protect and restore the water quality and bio-diversity of the South River watershed for the beneficial use of people and protection of the environment and wildlife.

Make an Impact

Walking Tour: Birds of Prey — Trees Atlanta

Event from Trees Atlanta

Kennesaw, GA, United States

Walking Tour: Birds of Prey

Trees Atlanta

During spring migration, millions of birds make their way down from Canada to Central and South America. Many of these birds travel over 6,000 miles to warmer southern regions, accompanied by birds of prey who are also making the trip south. On this walk, you will learn how to identify

Great Oconee River Raft Race — Altamaha Riverkeeper

Event from Altamaha Riverkeeper

Dublin, GA, United States

Great Oconee River Raft Race

Altamaha Riverkeeper

The Great Oconee River Raft Race, sponsored by The Altamaha Riverkeeper, promotes a safe, fun, family-oriented event. ALL HUMAN-POWERED water worthy vessels can participate in this event & compete in the actual race. All participants understand that this a “PADDLE AT YOUR OWN RISK” event, are responsible for knowing the

Recurring SWEEAC Monday Recipe Demostrations 1st Mondays of the Month — Concrete Jungle Inc

Event from Concrete Jungle Inc

Atlanta, GA, United States

Recurring SWEEAC Monday Recipe Demostrations 1st Mondays of the Month

Concrete Jungle Inc

We are looking for volunteers on Mondays for Recipe Demonstrations. Volunteers will help with set up and breakdown of display, chat with the clients and help with questions. No cooking experience required!!!

Artist Workshop Series: Acrylic Painting with Elizabeth Lang — Trees Atlanta

Event from Trees Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

Artist Workshop Series: Acrylic Painting with Elizabeth Lang

Trees Atlanta

The Artist Workshop Series is designed to be a fun, creative approach to tree identification. There are six workshops that will focus on six different art techniques and oak species as a way to look with intention and learn about the trees in our local ecosystem. Registering for the entire

Canopy Conversations: Grant Park — Trees Atlanta

Event from Trees Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

Canopy Conversations: Grant Park

Trees Atlanta

In the first of our 2019 Canopy Conversations series, we’ll meet at Eventide Brewing, a brewery tucked away in the beautiful Grant Park neighborhood. Come enjoy local craft beer, meet fellow environmentalists, and learn how you can help protect Atlanta’s urban forest. This event is free with registration!

Lunch and Learn: Ecological Resilience with Lance Gunderson — Trees Atlanta

Event from Trees Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

Lunch and Learn: Ecological Resilience with Lance Gunderson

Trees Atlanta

Natural occurrences that ecosystems face such as fires, pests, or storms can potentially alter the long term development of a forest. Ecological resilience is the ability for ecosystems to withstand, absorb, and recover from these external shocks. How do natural occurrences impact a healthy growing forest, and how do

Ecology of the Urban Forest: Piedmont Park — Trees Atlanta

Event from Trees Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

Ecology of the Urban Forest: Piedmont Park

Trees Atlanta

Join Trees Atlanta to discover parts of Piedmont Park that you perhaps you’ve never visited or never knew existed: Piedmont Commons, The Northwoods, Peregrine Point, and Six Springs Wetlands. Along this easy walking tour, we’ll explore the Clear Creek corridor and its fantastic trees (including some of Atlanta’s champions), which

Riverkeeper Rally — Altamaha Riverkeeper

Event from Altamaha Riverkeeper

Macon, GA, United States

Riverkeeper Rally

Altamaha Riverkeeper

Amerson River Park, Macon 2-6p.m. Bluegrass, Boats & BBQ! What away to enjoy a Saturday afternoon. In partnership with Macon Water Authority, we are hosting the annual rally at Amerson River Park. Bring a boat and float the Ocmulgee 2-4pm, then enjoy the music of the Recycled Grass

Walking Tour: McDaniel Branch Wetlands — Trees Atlanta

Event from Trees Atlanta

Atlanta, GA, United States

Walking Tour: McDaniel Branch Wetlands

Trees Atlanta

Recently designated as a Certified Wildlife Sanctuary by the Atlanta Audubon Society, the McDaniel Branch Wetlands has stormwater ponds, constructed wetlands, and a stream restoration project which help to manage stormwater runoff and provide habitat for diverse wildlife. Join us for a half-mile walk to explore this unique greenspace in

Georgia Shouldn’t Be the Dumping Ground for Toxic Coal Waste — Georgia River Network

 from Georgia River Network

Athens, GA, United States

Georgia Shouldn’t Be the Dumping Ground for Toxic Coal Waste

Georgia River Network

The waste leftover from burning coal is toxic. Coal ash has harmful metals, like mercury and arsenic, and other dangerous chemicals that become even more dangerous when they enter our water supplies.

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