Conserve the 4-0-FOREST

Conserve the 4-0-Forest is our new volunteer event promoting restoration work and community engagement in all 12 districts of Atlanta over two days. This event emphasizes the importance of removing invasive plant species that threaten the health of trees and our urban ecosystem.

These projects put learning and action into practice. Let’s protect our trees and native plants in greenspaces, forested areas, public parks, the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum, and residential yards and properties. Together, we can build upon our strong sense of community and empower stewardship in these spaces.


Come back in 2023 for the new 4-0-Forest Project locations!

* 4-0-Forest Projects 2022 Archive *

Register for one of these restoration project locations near you!

Click on each project link to register.

Friday, June 10

Saturday, June 11


Get a Head Start

Join us for virtual Lunch and Learn: Invasive Species on Thurs., June 9 at noon – 1 pm.

Learn about the impact of invasive species on our urban forest with this kick-off event for the Conserve the 4-0-Forest weekend.  Along with the history of restoration work at Trees Atlanta and the different neighborhoods we are actively working with to restore the native plants of their community, our Director of Urban Forestry, Brian Williams, and our Forest Restoration Manager, Taryn Heidel, will review the Big 5 invasive plant species that we remove to mitigate their impact.

You can remove them from your backyard, neighborhood, or local park – come learn how.  

Download our flyer and share with your friends and community. We need your help!

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Project Locations

Volunteers who register for each project will recieve meeting location info via email. Please register to help us properly evaluate headcount for each location.