One way that CNPC helps the Park is by providing funding for projects including restoring and connecting trails, improving park units and visitor facilities, and providing educational opportunities for the community. Please consider making a donation to help us complete one of below projects. Please contact Executive Director Brittany Jones (Brittany.Jones@ChattahoocheeParks.org) with any donation questions.
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We are creating a small native forest/woodland for the benefit of birds and pollinators at the entrance of the Island Ford Visitors Center. The area will be designed to meet the requirements for the Georgia Audubon Certified Wildlife Sanctuary and Environmental Education Site. Georgia. Audubon has been contracted as the subject matter to build and manage the pollinator garden along with volunteers.
Cost: $5,000 per year
Every year CNPC in partnership with the CRNRA and Cobb County Water System host up to 600 fourth graders from Cobb County Title 1 schools at Discovery Days at Sibley Pond. The program provides the children with the opportunity, most for the first time, to experience our local national park and participate in interactive educational stations, including boating around the pond, with park rangers and volunteers. Get inspired by a video highlighting our 2022 Discovery Days at Sibley Pond. https://youtu.be/VL3XZxSeA8I
Cost: $15,000+ per year