Trees Atlanta Celebrates its 30th Planting Season

Trees Atlanta Celebrates its 30th Planting Season

Trees Atlanta’s kicks off its 30th planting season and celebrates the opening of the TreeHouse



ATLANTA, GA, September 1, 2015 – Trees Atlanta, the nationally recognized nonprofit citizens’ group, will kick off its 30th planting season and celebrate the opening of their new education center, the Trees Atlanta TreeHouse, with a casual get-together. The fun-filled event, Tailgate for Trees, will take place on Thursday, September 17, 2015 at the Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall. Located at the Atlanta BeltLine, 684 John Wesley Dobbs Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30312, it’s just a walk down from the location of the new TreeHouse.

The new 3,800 square-foot TreeHouse provides an ideal venue for Trees Atlanta’s youth and adult educational programs. The newly designed space features flexible multipurpose areas for educational classes and lectures. A backdoor opens directly onto the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail, which serves as an outdoor classroom and laboratory.

Featuring delicious fare from the famed Ladybird kitchen and liquid refreshments provided by Red Hare Brewing Company, this year’s Tailgate for Trees will also feature live music by Kristina Murray, a silent auction of rare and unusual plants, and opportunities to win exciting door prizes.

Tickets are $50; patron level tickets (with additional benefits) begin at $125. All proceeds benefit our educational programs, in addition to our tree planting projects. Help us celebrate the role Trees Atlanta has played in the community for the past 30 years, while supporting our efforts to protect our urban canopy for generations to come.

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