Join WAWA for our first "Toddler Time" program at the Outdoor Activity Center on Wednesday, April 4th at 11:00 am! We have partnered up with the Alliance's Theatre for the Very Young production of the "The Tranquil Tortoise and the Hoppity Hare. The race is on... Read More
How would you like to watch in your children take a hike through one of Atlanta’s oldest untouched forests? Watch them listen to stories while trees bud and flowers bloom around them. By calling now these activities and so many more are theirs to experience!... Read More
Join WAWA, Keeping It Wild, and the National Wildlife Federation's Earth Tomorrow Program to prepare the OAC's Pollinator Habitat, Bioponica Sustainable Farming System, and UGRO Community Garden for spring planting and to mulch the trails, remove invasive plants, and spruce up the nature center. This activity is family friendly and a... Read More
West Atlanta Residents Restore Proctor Creek, Conserve Water, and Revitalize their Neighborhoods
The West Atlanta Watershed Alliance and partners are hosting a Rain Barrel Workshop for residents in the English Avenue/Vine City communities on January 22, 2011 followed by a citizen-led clean-up of a tributary of... Read More
Nancy Stoner, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Assistant Administrator for Water made a visit to West Atlanta and the Outdoor Activity Center during a recent trip to Atlanta. Stoner and EPA Region 4 Deputy Administrator toured the OAC and met with WAWA Board members and community partners to learn... Read More
Join WAWA and Keeping It Wild, Inc. for an evening with Rue Mapp, Founder of the California-based organization, Outdoor Afro. Rue will speak on "The Future of Partnerships to Support Diverse Outdoor Engagement". The event will take place on Tuesday, February 21, 2012 @ 7:00 pm at the... Read More
What was a cloudy, rainy day didn't discourage an inter-generational group of outdoor and environmental enthusiasts who came to the Outdoor Activity Center (OAC) to spend time walking through the woods and engaging in thought-provoking conversation about the importance of ecological health, the interconnectedness of... Read More
Join the West Atlanta Watershed Alliance (WAWA) and Keeping It Wild for "Sharing the Journey" with Jarid Manos, Author of Ghetto Plainsman on Friday, January 20, 2012 at the Outdoor Activity Center (OAC) in SW Atlanta.
Jarid, will lead a hike of the 26-acre OAC urban... Read More
Join the West Atlanta Watershed Alliance for our Annual Martin Luther King Jr. service project at the Outdoor Activity Center1442 Richland Road Atlanta, GA 30310
When: January 16, 2012 from 9:00 AM - 1:00 PMTasks include:1) Delineate existing trails w/ trail tools and flag a new... Read More
After weeks of voting, WAWA Board Chair, Na’Taki Osborne Jelks, was named Atlanta's 2011 Cox Conserves Hero! Na'Taki accepted a check for $5,000 which will be donated to the West Atlanta Watershed Alliance to support community-based environmental education programs at the Outdoor Activity Center.
The... Read More