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On Friday, March 22 at 1:00 P.M. Trees Atlanta will be hosting a free Tree Walk with the help of Atlanta Preservation Center’s Phoenix Flies and the City of Atlanta. Get ready to learn about the trees and history of Atlanta with Greg Levine, Trees Atlanta’s Co-Executive Director & Chief Program Officer. He will begin the Tree Walk from the Inman Park Neighborhood Arboretum trailhead (at the corner of Elizabeth Street NE & Lake Ave NE) promptly at 1:00 P.M.
Greg will spotlight interesting trees and review how to identify common trees of Atlanta. Walkers will stroll through the tree-shaded streets of Inman Park and be led through the newly planted Eastside Trail of the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum. Greg will provide firsthand experiences of tree planting and the history of this exciting project before leading walkers to the last stop of the Tree Walk in the Historic Martin Luther King District. Spaces are limited for this free event so reserve your spot today.
Come learn about trees, visit historic spots, walk the new Eastside Trail… with Trees Atlanta!
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