Since the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area (CRNRA) was created in 1978, its 83 miles of hiking, running and biking trails have been loved to death by the millions of people who enjoy the 15 park units along the Chattahoochee River annually.

In order to reverse the years of degradation and create better trails, restored habitat, greater connectivity to neighboring communities and improved educational opportunities for today, tomorrow and centuries to come, the Chattahoochee Parks Conservancy (CPC) is partnering with Trust for Public Land (TPL) to launch the Campaign to Restore Your Chattahoochee Park Trails.

CPC is the only philanthropic organization dedicated exclusively to the protection and preservation of the CRNRA and the enhancement of the visitor experience. TPL has generously offered to support the Campaign to Restore Your Chattahoochee Park Trails by providing a 4:1 matching opportunity with a goal of raising $25,000. That means every dollar you give becomes $5!

These funds will support the first-ever assessment and management plan for the 83 miles of trails in the CRNRA. To be initiated this fall, the study will include prioritized recommendations for trail standards, restoration, protection of natural habitat and potential linkages to local community trails.


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