Buckhead Coalition gives back

Reacting to the dense development of Buckhead apartment buildings, the Buckhead Coalition has initiated a support effort endorsing Trees Atlanta’s residential program. This involves partnering with presidents of area neighborhood civic associations to muster approval from residents to each receive and maintain up to three front-yard planted trees, totaling 77 to date. To offset some of the expense, the coalition is contributing $25 for each tree from its annual Buckhead Guidebook ad revenue, and is matching this total to other Buckhead out-of-doors nonprofits (initially Blue Heron Nature Preserve and Ladies of the Lake). Through 2018 the coalition has shared a total of $155,500 of Guidebook income with other Buckhead nonprofits.

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