Formerly known as Conservation. Renamed in 2020 to better reflect its mission.
Advances an understanding of an appreciation for all aspects of our environment and the world's natural and man-made resources.
Focuses on beautification and resource conservation through projects such as the Healing Garden and Garden of Hope in Lilburn City Park, Tree USA Certification for City of Lilburn, and the Lilburn Post Office grounds.
Educates members and others about recycling, composting, and environmental awareness.
Conservation Program co-chairs, Mandy McManus and Andrea Brannen, present Brookwood Aquaponics a donation to help fund their trip to a Honduras school this summer to improve the school's aquaponic garden.
Conservation heads up an effort to make mats for the homeless out of plastic garbage bags.
Needed: plastic grocery bags to be cut into plarn and willing crocheters
Finished product will be 30 inches wide by 6 feet long.
The Conservation Program had a booth at the Lilburn Farmers Market during the 'Dog Days of Summer: bring your dog to the market celebration distributing free doggie items, information about dog related issues and making many 4-legged friends so happy.