Inman Park Tree Walk
During this Tree Walk, led by Greg Levine, Trees Atlanta’s Co-Executive Director & Chief Program Officer, participants will enjoy a leisurely stroll through the Historic Inman Park neighborhood while learning about the trees of the Neighborhood Arboretum.
Meet at the Inman Park Neighborhood Arboretum marker at the corner of Elizabeth St NE and Lake Ave NE, 30307.
The walk will continue to the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum to explore the rails to trails project and how this piece of the City of Atlanta’s history is once again connecting the community. The walk will conclude in the Martin Luther King Historic District and the Old Fourth Ward in the Old Water Tower Park.
Please bring cameras and note-taking supplies if you’d like. Don’t leave valuables unattended in your vehicle.
Special thanks to Phoenix Flies for help coordinating this Tree Walk and to the City of Atlanta for help supporting the Trees Atlanta Tree Walks!
Find more information on the Phoenix Flies website here: http://www.atlantapreservationcenter.com/event_detail?id=879RSVP Now