Michael Halicki serves as the executive director for Park Pride, the Atlanta-based nonprofit that engages communities to activate the power of parks. Working with nearly 150 Friends of the Park groups, the nonprofit provides leadership, services, and funding to help communities realize their dreams for neighborhood parks that support healthy people, strong neighborhoods, vibrant business…

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We’re honored to work alongside these businesses in support of our member organizations. Learn more about the Corporate Sustainer Program here.

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Spring 2020 letter from our executive director In an age where Earth Day is celebrated throughout the world, at least by environmental enthusiasts, it is somewhat hard to understand that it was considered a radical idea in 1970. Before The Clean Air Act, The Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act were passed and…

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EarthShare Georgia’s Member Organizations are working to support farmers and provide food for our communities during these uncertain times. And, you can help! Georgia Organics’ COVID 19 Emergency Relief for Farmers supports our local farmers as they strive to continue growing healthy, local food for our children, families, seniors, and communities in this uncertain time. Captain Planet…

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EarthShare Georgia connects people to trusted nonprofit organizations dedicated to conserving and protecting our air, land and water. Many thanks to Jami Buck-Vance, Michael Halicki, John Lanier, Andrea Pinabell, Nathaniel Smith, Jerry Travers, Trecinia Wiggins, Moniqua Williams and Michelle Wiseman for participating in the interviews. Video produced by Greg Harding Films and funded by the…

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In an age where Earth Day is celebrated throughout the world, at least by environmental enthusiasts, it is somewhat hard to understand that it was considered a radical idea in 1970.  Before The Clean Air Act, The Clean Water Act, and the Endangered Species Act were passed and the Environmental Protection Agency was founded, Denis…

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West Atlanta Watershed Alliance Online O-Academy Macon Museum of Arts & Sciences Mamal Mayhem The Orianne Society Great Northern Wood Turtle Mini-Documentary Follow us for more updates:Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter | Instagram | Email Updates

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