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The Lantern Parade is hosted by the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons and kicks off the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition on the first Saturday after Labor Day each year.

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Urban Farm

posted in Progress, Urban Farm // 04/05/16
It has been a year since we’ve last updated you on what’s going on at the Urban Farm, and we’re happy to say it’s been nothing less than busy for the Atlanta BeltLine’s first agricultural site. Located in the Adair Park neighborhood, the Urban Farm is focused on becoming a resource for community members and […] Read more
posted in Progress, Urban Farm, Westside Trail // 04/14/15
The Urban Farm at the Westside Trail now officially  has two farmers: Andy Friedberg and Andrea Ness have partnered to run the Atlanta BeltLine’s first agriculture site, located near the border between the Oakland City, Adair Park, and Capitol View neighborhoods. Plans for the farm include focusing on the site’s potential as a resource for […] Read more
posted in Construction Updates, Urban Farm // 10/22/14
The Urban Farm in southwest Atlanta is moving forward, and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. is now seeking proposals from farmers to take charge of managing the farm. The farm, as part of the Atlanta BeltLine’s Urban Agriculture Program, is a production farm being built with the goal of helping to facilitate nutritional education in neighborhoods considered to be […] Read more
posted in Get Involved, Urban Farm // 05/01/12
Wow! We had approximately 300 volunteers come out for our Earth Day Clean-Up on Saturday, April 21 to help prepare for the first urban farm on the Atlanta BeltLine! This huge, collaborative effort is actively transforming nearly 4 acres of former industrial property into new public space and an urban farm along the southwest section of the […] Read more
posted in Get Involved, Urban Farm // 04/04/12
As we strive towards a healthier Atlanta and region, parks and greenspace are a driving force behind our progress. Not every greenspace needs a playground, though. How about rows of blueberry bushes? Lines of blackberry brambles? Crops of fresh vegetables? This will be reality in the southwest Atlanta BeltLine neighborhood of Adair Park thanks to our […] Read more
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