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Proctor Creek Clean-up This Saturday, January 22nd

WAWA invites all community volunteers to come out on this Saturday, January 22, from 1pm to 3pm, to clean up a tributary of Proctor Creek in Northwest Atlanta. Proctor Creek is one of the most environmentally impaired creeks in the metro Atlanta area, and the...

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21 January
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WAWA Year-In-Review 2010

As we reflect on this past year, we are proud of our accomplishments, but are also convinced that WAWA’s work of protecting, preserving, and restoring our community’s natural resources will be more critical to the health and well-being of West Atlanta communities and the City of Atlanta than...

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31 December
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WAWA Annual Meeting/OAC Open House to be Held on 12/16/10

               Happy Holidays! WAWA invites you to celebrate our 2010 accomplishments, learn about upcoming events, and fellowship with neighbors, WAWA volunteers, and other friends of the Outdoor Activity Center (OAC) at the: 2010 WAWA/OAC Holiday Open House WHEN:      Thursday, December 16, 2010                   6:30 – 9:00 pm WHERE:    Atlanta...

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15 December
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WAWA to be Featured on WRFG Radio – 12/9/10

WAWA's Director of Environmental Education, Darryl Haddock will be interviewed by Kali-Ahset on WRFG Radio on Thursday, December 9th at 6:00 pm during a one hour show that will focus on "Black Environmentalism." Specifically, the topics to be covered include environmental stewardship and activism in the...

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09 December
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WAWA Community Initiative Highlighted on Fox 5 Atlanta

WAWA's work with English Avenue residents to identify and eliminate environmental hazards in the Proctor Creek Watershed were highlighted on Fox 5 Atlanta after U.S. EPA and Department of Justice officials were led on an environmental justice tour of environmentally impacted neighborhoods in West Atlanta...

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04 December
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Top EPA and Department of Justice Officials to Visit West Atlanta Neighborhoods

Top officials from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, DC will visit West Atlanta neighborhoods as a part of an Environmental Justice tour this Friday, December 3rd. Tour leaders include WAWA's Director of Environmental Education, Darryl Haddock, WAWA Board Chair, Na'Taki Osborne Jelks,  and Tony...

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02 December
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