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Building a caring community

Along with the National Park Service and our partner organizations, Chattahoochee Parks Conservancy helps promote the outstanding opportunities offered in the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (CRNRA) for recreation, learning and solitude to a larger and more diverse population.

We build a community of support to help protect the park’s natural and cultural resources and enrich visitor experience through events, recreational outings, volunteering, a speaker’s bureau, media outreach and our annual member celebration.

In 2016, CPC celebrated the 100th Anniversary of the National Park Service with a barbecue at the Island Ford Visitor Center attended by several hundred people including elected officials and members of Friends of the River (left photo): the group that advocated for the CRNRA in the 1970s. Working with the outfitter REI, we organized the first-ever paddle-camp outing at Abbotts Bridge in the CRNRA. Our volunteers supported the annual Sweep the Hooch cleanup, helped build and maintain trails, assisted NPS staff with education programs, participated in festivals and other tabling events and offered nature lectures.
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