Join Eco-A and partners:


Brookhaven Parks & Recreation Coalition (PARC) & City of Brookhaven 


We need your help! 

Did you know several Brookhaven Parks contain old growth forest dating back to the the days when all of Brookhaven and metro Atlanta was owned by the Muscogee creek Nation? 


Today our natural landscapes are threatened by invasive species, but using chemical treatments and indiscriminate clearing only further harms fragile ecosystems.





So let’s do it right – join your friends and neighbors to safely remove invasive species to restore park health. 





You’ll learn about the special quality of Brookhaven Parks, including their trees, wildlife, rare species and how to identify old growth forest remnants — which might even be found in your back yard! 


You also have the opportunity to train with us and become a Brookhaven Parks Steward and teach others!

Get outdoors, get a little exercise, have some fun and help your neighborhood park!


Volunteer dates in 2023:


Jan 28 – Osborne Park

Sun Feb 5 – Osborne Park

Sat Feb 12 – Murphey Candler Park

Sun Mar 5 – Fernwood Park

Sat Mar 25 – Sweep the Hooch – PCG / MCP

Sun Apr 30 – Fernwood Park

Sat May 13 – Ashford Forest

Sun June 25 – Fernwood Park

Sun July 30 – Osborne Park

Sun Aug 13 – Murphey Candler Park

Sat Sept 17 – North Druid Hills Greenspace

Sat Oct 14 –  Tom Reilly Greenspace

Sat Nov 11 – Murphey Candler Park

Sat Nov 26 – Osborne Park

Sat Dec 2 – North Druid Hills Greenspace


For more info and to sign up contact:

                   Steve Peters,, 404-313-4348                      — or call 404-862-0118 or click HERE 

Be sure to let us know the date(s) you wish to attend!


Donate HERE to support this and more Eco-A programs. 


This project is made possible by the City of Brookhaven

Photos of Brookhaven Parks, Parks Stewards and volunteers              by Kathryn Kolb