Conserve the 4-0-FOREST
Conserve the 4-0-Forest is our call to Atlanta and a shoutout of our love of trees. Multiple projects are scheduled across the metro Atlanta area in a big weekend of forest restoration. Trees Atlanta and our volunteers work together in the 4-0-Forest to demonstrate the purpose and practical methods of removing invasive plant species that threaten the health of trees and our urban ecosystem.
Friday & Saturday, April 21 & 22nd
Conserve the 4-0-Forest 2023
Celebrate Earth Day and steward our forested spaces. Projects are scheduled in twelve sites on Friday, April 21 and Saturday, April 22. Sites are located in different subwatersheds of Atlanta. Removing invasive plant species protects our forests, and healthy forests protect our watersheds.
Registering to be a part of Conserve the 4-0-Forest is an exciting start to put learning into practice. Want to get a head start? Explore these virtual resources and upcoming classes.
Register to Volunteer
Get a Head Start
You can remove undesirable plants from your backyard, neighborhood, or local park – come learn how. Whether you prefer to learn on your one with these online resources or you’d rather learn in person with hands-on instruction and practice, we have have a way you can get started!
- Join us for virtual Lunch and Learn: Invasive Species in the Urban Forest on Wed., Feb. 22 at noon – 1 pm
- Use our digital guide for identification and removal methods: Atlanta’s Top Invasive Plants (A to Z) Expanded List
- Explore Trees Atlanta education classes, such as Forest Stewardship Training
- Sign up to volunteer at any of the 2023 Conserve the 4-0-Forest project sites! Volunteers who register will receive additional project information, including a link to access our revised invasive plant pamphlet.
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