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Trees Atlanta Celebrates the Expansion of its Education Programs

May 1, 2015

TreeHouse Preview 1Trees Atlanta, the nationally recognized non-profit citizens’ group, announced that they are opening a new office in Stove Works to serve as an exciting new education and research center. They are calling it the “Trees Atlanta TreeHouse.”

Located on the Atlanta BeltLine at 112 Krog Street, across from the popular new Krog Street Market in Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, the TreeHouse is set to have its grand opening in August of 2015, with a preview at the Root Ball fundraiser on May 7th.

The 3,800 square-foot facility will be the non-profit’s second office and will provide an ideal venue for Trees Atlanta’s many youth and adult educational programs. The newly designed space will feature flexible multipurpose areas for educational classes and lectures. Innovative features will include seasonally changing exhibits and interactive play zones for all ages. A backdoor will open directly onto the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside Trail, which will serve as an outdoor classroom and laboratory.

TreeHouse Preview 2The TreeHouse has been funded by a capital campaign, with support from foundations, corporations, board members, universities, and individuals. An enthusiastic response to the funding initiative has been a strong indication of the community’s support for Trees Atlanta’s educational programs.

For more information about the Trees Atlanta TreeHouse please visit www.treesatlanta.org or call 404-681-4906

About Trees Atlanta

Trees Atlanta is a nationally recognized citizens’ group that protects and improves Atlanta’s urban forest by planting, conserving, and educating. Since 1985, Trees Atlanta has planted and distributed more than 100,000 trees. For more information about Trees Atlanta and the Root Ball, visit www.treesatlanta.org or call 404-681-4891.

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