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Southeastern Trust for Parks and Land makes use of natural land to foster natural land conservation; environmental stewardship; science education and research; and public recreation for the benefit of individuals and communities.

As our name indicates we are an active resource in land preservation and active usage spreading across the southeastern United States. We are a non-profit organization that relies on public support in the form of conservation endowment fees, privately and publicly funded grants, and financial contributions from individuals and community groups. We engage in relationships with other non-profit community groups to further the impact of our efforts.

Bees, Trees, and Skinned Knees: A 10th Anniversary Celebration

Bees, Trees, and Skinned Knees: A 10th Anniversary Celebration

August 9, 2022 @ 6:00PM

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ACRES
10,000+
STPAL Acres
PROPERTIES
40+
STPAL Properties
STATES
3
STPAL Acres
ACTIVE SITES
30+
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🧡💚 Shade shelter going up at Campbellton Creek Nature Park in beautiful South Fulton, Ga!

This 81-acre site is permanently conserved to always remain natural land and be available for free public use.

Something good is happening! 💚🧡
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🧡💚 Shade shelter going up at Campbellton Creek Nature Park in beautiful South Fulton, Ga! 

This 81-acre site is permanently conserved to always remain natural land and be available for free public use. 

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Welcome our new board member Brett Peanasky!

Brett grew up on a farm in western Ohio, where he spent his summers baling hay, mucking stalls, playing baseball, and eating sweet corn and asparagus from the family garden. He earned his B.A. in Architecture at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and his Juris Doctor and Master of City Planning (with a focus in environmental and land use planning) from the University of Pennsylvania. Brett also spent a summer at Arcosanti, an experimental ecological community in northern Arizona, which sparked his appreciation for unique landscapes - and his desire to protect them.

After living in Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia for nearly a decade, Brett, his wife, Nichole, and their two young kids moved (back) to Atlanta. By day, Brett is a real estate attorney in Atlanta. When he is not working, Brett enjoys playing outside with his family, exploring the urban trails in the Atlanta region, reading and watching fantasy, science fiction, and historical dramas, and listening to satirical podcasts.

As a member of the board, Brett is excited to reignite his interest in outdoor exploration and contribute to the creation and protection of landscapes that everyone can enjoy for generations to come. Brett lives with his family in Decatur and is currently looking forward to buying a bike to get around town.
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Welcome our new board member Brett Peanasky!

Brett grew up on a farm in western Ohio, where he spent his summers baling hay, mucking stalls, playing baseball, and eating sweet corn and asparagus from the family garden.  He earned his B.A. in Architecture at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and his Juris Doctor and Master of City Planning (with a focus in environmental and land use planning) from the University of Pennsylvania.  Brett also spent a summer at Arcosanti, an experimental ecological community in northern Arizona, which sparked his appreciation for unique landscapes - and his desire to protect them.

After living in Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia for nearly a decade, Brett, his wife, Nichole, and their two young kids moved (back) to Atlanta.  By day, Brett is a real estate attorney in Atlanta.  When he is not working, Brett enjoys playing outside with his family, exploring the urban trails in the Atlanta region, reading and watching fantasy, science fiction, and historical dramas, and listening to satirical podcasts. 

As a member of the board, Brett is excited to reignite his interest in outdoor exploration and contribute to the creation and protection of landscapes that everyone can enjoy for generations to come.  Brett lives with his family in Decatur and is currently looking forward to buying a bike to get around town.
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