In recent years, some of Trees Atlanta's work has included a partnership with the Beltline, though programs like monthly docent-lead walking tours along the trail and the Atlanta Beltline Arboretum.
Now, the organization will hold an upcoming lunch and learn to dive into the city's roots by looking at native plants along the Beltline.
The event, which will take place at noon on Thursday, March 12, at Trees Atlanta's headquarters, will feature a presentation from Brian Williams, urban forestry director at Trees Atlanta.
He will explain some of the history of the Beltline corridor before restoration began and the native plants found in the area.
Williams will also discuss urban wildlife and pollinators found along the trail and talk about Trees Atlanta’s initiative at the Beltline Arboretum.
If you’re interested in hearing more, grab your lunch and get ready to learn.
Noon-1 p.m. Thursday, March 12 Trees Atlanta, 225 Chester Ave. SE, Atlanta, Georgia Reserve your spot