This Forest is being preserved for its many special natural qualities by Big Trees Forest Preserve, Inc., the Sandy Springs Recreation and Parks Department, State of Georgia Department of Natural Resources, and Southeast Land Preservation Trust.
Pebble Tossers creates pathways for youth to engage in volunteerism in order to effect real change in our communities and to develop lifelong leadership skills This group organizes a volunteer project the second Saturday of each month at Big Trees. Please visit their website for more information.
The Forest is managed for the benefit of the public by John Ripley Forbes Big Trees Forest Preserve, Inc., a nonprofit, 501(c)(3), volunteer organization, in a cooperative partnership with City of Sandy Springs Recreation and Parks Department.
Your donations allow Big Trees to reach out to the community at large with educational programs, capital improvement efforts, and on-going maintenance not covered by the City of Sandy Springs. We strive to be a national role model for urban forests and public/private partnerships.
Send your donations to:
Big Trees Forest Preserve
c/o Sam Hale
1303 Hightower Trail
Atlanta, GA 30350