For the first time in its 33-year history, Trees Atlanta is changing its logo and tagline, according to a news release.
Founded by a group of dedicated and like-minded civic leaders in 1985, Trees Atlanta started as a small group focused on planting trees in downtown Atlanta. Since that time, the organization’s mission has grown to include tree planting across Atlanta, restoration of local forests and greenspaces, youth and adult education, advocacy and providing vital conservation resources to the community.
The nonprofit says it has grown in geographical reach as well – expanding the planting reach to include cities outside the original focused Atlanta core.
“Our goal with the rebranding project was to create a fresh look that reflected our values in a fun and inviting way. It was a pleasure working with New Media Campaigns on this project,” the release stated. “You’ll start to notice our new look around town and on our marketing and educational materials.”
The next phase will include a website refresh, according to Trees Atlanta.
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